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A Small Business Employer with less than 20 employees will qualify for the credit if:
The total amount of the credit available to taxpayers will be capped at $400 million. The FTB will determine when the cap has been reached and will set a cut-off date for claiming the tax credit. The tax credit must be claimed on a timely filed original return received by the FTB before the cut-off date. This cut-off date is defined as the last day of the calendar quarter within which the FTB estimates the $400 million limit will be reached. The cut-off date has not yet been determined.
Small Businesses can claim the credit on a 2009 Personal Income Tax Return, or Business Entity Tax Return, using the credit form for the New Jobs Tax Credit. The Jobs Credit Form will not be made available until December of 2009. However, since there is a cap of $400 million, small businesses seeking to claim the credit should be prepared to file their returns as soon as possible after January 1, 2010.
For more information, please call the FTB at 800.852.5711. If you qualify for the credit, or plan to take advantage of the Jobs Tax Credit, don't forget to get your 2009 Tax Return filed as soon as possible after January 1, 2010.
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