What is the jobsearch tax credit?

The job search credit is available to businesses that hire full-time employees for a certain amount of time.

This means that if a company hires 10 people, and they work 40 hours per week for a year, it can claim the credit for hiring 10 people for 40 hours each week, up to a maximum of $10,000 per year.

For more information, see the Jobs and Taxes section of our guide.

What is a full-year employee?

Full-time workers generally work for 30 or more hours per fortnight.

In other words, if a person works 40 hours a week for 60 weeks, the full-term employee would be entitled to the full tax credit.

A full-timer’s weekly income would be $2,500 per year, plus $200 per week if they’re on a disability.

What do I need to know?

To qualify for this tax credit, employers must meet a certain number of minimum wage, overtime and casual workers requirements.

They must have at least 25 employees who are eligible to receive the credit, and must be in compliance with other employment-related requirements.

What to do if you think you may be eligible?

If you are eligible, you can apply online or by mail.

You may need to bring documents proving you’re in compliance.

The tax credit can be claimed on your 2017 return.