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What does TJTCP stand for?

TJTCP stands for Targeted Jobs Tax Credit Program

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The bill sets up expedited procedures for employees who had such funds withheld and a waiver of penalties and interest for cities or other employers who failed to withhold; * extends the expired targeted jobs tax credit program, but replaces it with the "work opportunity tax credit," effective September 30, 1996 through October 1, 1997.
The bill would set up expedited procedures for employees who had such funds withheld and a waiver of penalties and interest for cities or other employers who failed to withhold; * extend the expired targeted jobs tax credit program, but replace it with the "work opportunity tax credit," effective July 1, 1996 for one year.
3 cents per gallon, exempting cities and towns, and rejecting White House and House proposals to mandate a BTU energy tax directly on cities and towns; -extend the expiring provision limiting the deductibility of state and local taxes; -extend both the employer-provided educational assistance and targeted jobs tax credit programs through December 31, 1994; -extend permanently the low income housing tax credit; -expand and simplify the earned income tax credit (EITC) program and create a new family preservation program; -reject a proposal to preempt state and local authority to impose property and other taxes on companies with FCC licenses; and -- reject a proposal to preempt the authority of cities to annex and provide utility services to rural electric coops.
3 cents pet gallon; extend the expiring provision limiting the deductibility of state and local taxes; * extend both the employer-provided educational assistance and targeted jobs tax credit programs through December 31, 1994; * extend permanently the low income housing tax credit; * expand and simplify the earned income tax credit (EITC); * drop a proposal to preempt state and local authority to impose property and other taxes on companies with FCC licenses; and * modify a proposal to limit the authority of cities to annex and provide utility services to rural electric coops.
The bill is also likely to include provisions to repeal the luxury tax, to expand individual retirement accounts, and, possibly, reincorporate extensions of expired municipal tax programs - including mortgage revenue and small issue industrial development bonds, and the low income housing and targeted jobs tax credit programs.