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Synergi Partners, Inc. (“Synergi”) is the largest privately-owned incentive and tax credit consulting and processing company in the United States. Synergi specializes in federal and state tax credit programs, as well as disaster relief incentives, for employers across the United States, including Puerto Rico.

Synergi was founded by tax credit industry veterans, each with more than 30 years of experience. With an executive team made up of thought leaders who have made significant contributions to the tax incentives industry, Synergi seeks to provide the best service available and expertise that helps clients realize the opportunities of each tax credit.


While many companies offer consulting services for tax credits and incentives, very few are 100% focused on these services alone. Our team of professionals offer premium client service, comprehensive data analysis, and years of experience in the industry, the combination of which gives us the ability to optimize tax credit and incentives for our clients.

With an executive team made up of thought leaders who have made significant contributions to the tax incentives industry, Synergi’s mission is to provide the best service available and to achieve maximum value for its clients.

Our process involves researching each piece of tax credit legislation to understand the qualifications for the credit opportunity in-depth. There are many companies that offer tax credit and incentive consulting services – there are very few that are 100% focused on it.

My accountant originally calculated the hurricane retention credit for me. However, after further discussion with Synergi Partners, I became aware that I was eligible for so much more.

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The CARES Act ERC has made employee tax credits more visible than ever. Our partners have welcomed expanding the products and services they can offer to clients through Synergi. With Synergi’s decades of industry experience and thorough process, our partners and their clients file tax credits with confidence.

Expand your portfolio while providing your clients a new benefit they may not be aware of but may be eligible for. Synergi’s tax credit services are backed by decades of experience, deep understanding of the evolving legislation, and a thorough process.

Get in touch with us if you are interested in partnering to bring added services to your clients.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)

Federal Hiring Incentives

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is a federal hiring incentive that provides a tax credit worth up to $9,600 if your company is hiring from any one of the following groups:

  • A member of a family that is a Qualified Food Stamp Recipient
  • A member of a family that is a Qualified Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) Recipient
  • Qualified Veterans
  • Qualified Ex-Felons, Pardoned, Paroled or Work Release Individuals
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals
  • Qualified Summer Youths
  • Qualified Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Recipients
  • Qualified Individuals living within an Empowerment Zone or Rural Renewal Community
  • Long Term Family Assistance Recipient (TANF) – formerly known as Welfare to Work

Disaster Credits

Employee Retention Credit for Employers Affected by Qualified Disasters

Has your business lost revenue, products, or inadequate shift coverage because of a hurricane, wildfire, or other natural disasters? You may be eligible to earn up to $2,400 for each employee!


2020 Coronavirus (COVID-19) Economic Relief Legislation

Was your business impacted by the COVID –19 pandemic while you were still supporting your employees? You could be eligible for a refundable employee retention credit.

The CARES Act was signed into law on March 27, 2020, to address the negative economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Within the CARES Act, Congress created the Employee Retention Credit (“ERC”), a fully refundable payroll tax credit, to provide aid to employers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

As originally passed, the ERC was available to eligible employers from March 13, 2020 to December 31, 2020 and was equal to 50% of up to $10,000 in qualified wages paid to an employee (credit opportunity of $5,000 per employee for the 2020 tax year). Subsequent legislation was enacted to address the continued economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic which included certain enhancements and amendments to the ERC. Among the enhancements was: (1) an extension of the ERC through September 30, 2021; and (2) an increase of the ERC amount to 70% of up to $10,000 in qualified wages paid to an employee per quarter (credit opportunity increased to $7,000 per employee per quarter for the 2021 tax year).

Federal Tax Credits

Can you afford to ignore an opportunity that may add $9,600 per new hire to your bottom line?

  • WOTCThe Work Opportunity Tax Credit is a federal hiring incentive that provides a tax credit worth up to $9,600.
  • Federal Paid-Leave Tax CreditThe federal tax credit for employer-provided paid family and medical leave offers a new and significant opportunity to help reduce your company’s tax liability.
  • Geographic Incentives – The Federal Government has designated certain economically depressed areas as tax advantage areas. If your business is located in one of these areas and you employ individuals living in the same area, you can earn credit against your federal tax liability.
  • Empowerment Zones (EZ)Up to $3,000 per qualified employee per year.
  • Indian EmploymentThe Indian Employment Credit provides businesses with tax credits which, unlike tax deductions, directly offset an organization’s federal tax burden.

State Tax Credits

There are well over 3,000 state and local tax credits and incentives available to businesses throughout the United States to incentivize economic development, hiring and other certain business activities. A few examples include geographic and hiring based incentives, research and development credits, investment tax credits, discretionary grants and incentives, utility rebates and property tax abatements. These incentives can be lucrative to businesses and can at times lead to above the line operating savings.

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