Small businesses investing, creating jobs can apply for tax credits
29 Sep 2022
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear urged Kentucky’s small businesses investing in our communities and creating jobs to apply for a tax credit of up to $25,000.
To receive the Kentucky Small Business Tax Credit, qualifying small businesses should apply now to ensure their best chance of approval in time for this year’s tax filings. Tax credits are available to eligible companies that added at least one new full-time employee and invested $5,000 or more in qualifying equipment or technology within the past 24 months.
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