The Apprenticeship Job Creation Tax Credit offers a 10% tax credit to cover salaries and wages paid to training new apprentices in all trade professions in Canada.
- Amount: Up to 10% of eligible salaries and wages paid to apprentices after May 1, 2006 to a maximum $2,000/year/apprentice.
- Timeline: Available.
- Eligibility: Canadian employers; eligible apprentices must be working towards certification in one of the Red Seal Trades.
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