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Friday, August 28, 2009

Staffing Software and Tax Companies Partner

eEmpACT Software, a staffing software company, has teamed up with The Tax Credit Processing Center, LLC.

The strategic alliance will provide joint customers of eEmpACT and TaxBreak with the ability to identify potential tax credits for job placements. The companies state it's crucial that eEmpACT clients in the staffing services arena be aware of tax credits as they relate to individuals prior to filling job orders.

"In working with TaxBreak, we have finalized a complete integration to make the processing of tax credits as paperless and seamless for staffing firms as possible," Claudette Jaswa, vice president of sales and marketing at eEmpACT, said. "Our new partnership will provide our joint clients a great deal more in terms of usability."

Typically, identifying individual worker tax credits has involved an arduous, paper-filled process, but identifying such tax credits is vital to ensure staffing companies do not spend more tax dollars than necessary.

"We are convinced that this relationship will help both clients of TaxBreak and industry leading staffing software provider eEmpACT, become more effective," TaxBreak Presidnet Shannon Scott said. "We have always set out to improve efficiencies for our clients by aligning with industry leaders and have certainly accomplished that with this strategic alliance."

"TaxBreak is very responsive and they are interested in you as a company," Wayne Williamson, owner of Willstaff Worldwide, client of both TaxBreak and eEmpACT, said. "They are efficient and good at what they do. They went back and found $8 million worth of past tax breaks for which we were eligible and did not know about. The key is they take care of you as a customer."

"When we went with TaxBreak, they did an audit and found an additional $127,000 that another company didn’t," Brad Hughes, president of The Hughes Agency, and a client of both companies, said.. "The integration between TaxBreak and eEmpACT will make the process virtually painless."

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