Tax Credits and Other Incentives

Maryland's Job Creation and Recovery Tax Credit
Maryland employers may be able to save up to $5000 by hiring certain employees into new positions. All employees must be Maryland residents hired between March 25, 2010 and December 31, 2010.

Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation Tax Credit Information
The Tax Credit Programs Unit within the Office of Employment Services is charged with administering federal and state tax credit programs which offer income tax incentives to employers for hiring members of targeted population groups.

Partnership for Workforce Quality (PWQ) Grant
The PWQ provides matching skill upgrade training grants and support services targeted to improve the competitive position of small and mid-sized manufacturing and technology companies.

Frederick County Office of Economic Development - Incentives and Taxes
This site includes information about Fast Track Permitting, Frederick County Small Business Loan Funds, Tax Increment Financing, Economic Development Revenue Bonds and more.

City of Frederick Economic Development - Commercial Tax Credit Programs
Provides information about a variety of Business Incentive and Tax Credit programs, such as Frederick BRAC Revitalization and Incentive Zone, HUBZones, Historic Tax Credits, and more.

House Keys 4 Employees
This employer partnership program helps Maryland's workforce become homeowners through a creative match program with the State of Maryland.

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