HCTC Information for our Partners
- The HCTC expired January 1, 2014 and is not available for tax years after 2013.
- The final edition of the HCTC newsletter was distributed in January 2014. Please review the newsletter for the HCTC Program's final notes to its partners.
DOL Coordinators, TAA Coordinators, and State Workforce Agencies (SWA's)
As partners at the state level, Department of Labor (DOL) Regional Coordinators, Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Coordinators, and State Workforce Agencies (SWA) plan an essential role in increasing awareness of the HCTC. They also have the responsibility of transmitting eligibility of transmitting eligibility records (for individuals who are TAA/ATAA/RTAA recipients) to the HCTC program in a timely manner. Please see the How to Transmit Eligibility page for more information.
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC)
As valued partners, PBGC representatives play an essential role in increasing awareness of the HCTC by explaining the benefits of the HCTC to the PGBGC payees who they work with. They also have the responsibility of transmitting eligibility records (for PBGC payees who are at least 55 years old) to the HCTC program each month. Please see theHow to Transmit Eligibility page for more information.
Health Plan Administrators
Health Plan Administrators (HPA's) are vital to the success of the monthly HCTC program. An individual's role as an HPA can vary, depending on the level of involvement in helping eligible individuals receive the tax credit. Below is additional information about how HPAs can help individuals receive this import tax credit, including how to enroll to receive monthly HCTC payments. Please visit the HCTC Information for Health Plan Administrators (HPAs) page for additional information, including ongoing responsibilities and instructions on how to return funds to the HCTC Program.
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