The Senate’s mark-up version of tax reform proposes offering employers a partial tax credit for offering up to 12 weeks of paid. Employers would be able to claim a credit for 25% of wages paid during qualifying leave. It’s anyone’s guess whether the credit will survive the tax reform legislative process.
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