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Employer credit, paying employees for family or medical leave

Employer credit, family or medical leave

The new tax law in the United States created a tax credit for employers that pay employees while on family and medical leave.

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Employers need to understand the credit; review their paid leave policies to determine eligibility for the credit; and consider the benefits of amending policies to conform with the new law to become eligible for the credit.

 

Read an April 2018 report [PDF 81 KB] prepared by KPMG LLP: What’s News in Tax: Employers Get Credit for Paying Employees While on Family or Medical Leave

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