Article Date:
September 2021


Word Count:
1544

 

 

Vaccinated? Claim Tax Credits for Your Employees and Yourself


As the nation suffers from the ravages of the super-contagious COVID-19 delta variant, the federal government desperately wants all American workers and their families to get vaccinated.

 

If you have employees, you probably feel the same way.

 

Indeed, more and more employers are implementing vaccine mandates—a trend that will likely grow as the FDA gives final approval to the various COVID-19 vaccines.

 

One way to encourage vaccinations is to give employees paid time off to get the shot. Through September 30, employers who give their employees paid time off to get vaccinated can collect a refundable sick leave tax credit.

 

But there’s more.

 

The only thing better than getting an employee vaccinated is getting his or her entire household vaccinated as well. So employers can also collect a sick or family leave credit if they give employees paid time off to help family members and other household members get the vaccination or recover from side ... Log in to view full article.

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