American Meat Institute (AMI) members now can dramatically reduce their federal and state income taxes through a new affinity program alliance with Net Profit, Inc.
By monitoring over 4,000
government programs from 80,000 taxing
jurisdictions in all 50 states, Net Profit
identifies programs for which its clients
qualify. Among the many types of credits and
incentives Net Profit monitors are Work
Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC), Welfare-to-Work
(W-2-W), Investment Tax Credit, Pollution
Control and Training and Education Credits.
The program is very simple and
easy to begin and use. Net Profit coordinates
all potential credits and incentives, obtains
all documentation from government agencies,
calculates tax credits, files all
documentation, provides monthly management
summaries of all activities and provides all
documentation required for tax returns.
Net Profit has retrieved over
$200 million in tax savings since its founding
in 1990 and is capable of handling over three
million transactions per month. Through AMI’s
alliance with Net Profit, AMI members are
eligible to enroll at a special rate—10
percent of the credits and incentives realized.
If Net Profit saves nothing, there is no fee.
Net Profit requires no photocopying, no
telephone calls and, in short, no hassles.
Net Profit has the best program
in the industry and now, AMI members can use
their services at a reduced rate. For more
information on Net Profit’s services or any
other AMI affinity program, contact AMI’s
Director of Member Services Jacky Sher at
the interests of packers and processors of
beef, pork, lamb, veal and turkey products and
their suppliers throughout North America.
Headquartered in Washington, DC, the Institute
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technical assistance and sponsors education
New AMI Affinity Program Can Reduce Members' TaxesTuesday, October 20, 1998
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