Be A Superhero: Harness the Power of Tax Credits


The Power of Tax Credits

In GA, $6,000 in tax credits is equivalent to $100,000 in tax deductions!

Over 90 Tax Credits

Are you taking advantage of all the opportunities that can help your company eliminate state income taxes? Are you adding to your company’s bottom line? If not, get back in control, by using tax credits to reduce or eliminate state income taxes and reduce withholding.


Key Benefits

• Reduce tax liability
• Earn up to $20,000/employee in GA state tax credits
• Earn up to $9,400/employee in Federal tax credits
• Use tax credits for up to 10 years
• No up front fees, you do not pay, unless you save

Turnover doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing.



Tracs Group is not an accounting firm. We’re not here to have you change your CPA.

We are Tax Rebate And Credit Specialists.



Time is money and we believe that our clients should not pay us anything unless they benefit from the service we provide, that’s why we work on contingency fee basis, no retainers or hourly rates. Let us do the work.


Cash Flow

Tax credits can reduce or completely eliminate state income tax and withholding tax liabilities in which can improve your company’s cash flow with the savings.

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A few kind words from our CPA friends and Clients

“Generating the credits was a straightfoward process that led to significant tax savings. We were pleased with the way that they treated our mutual client and the way that they kept me informed throughout the process. Our mutual client was very satisfied with the amount of tax credits that were generated, the documentation they provided, and the professionalism of Tracs Group.”

- Jason Padden, CPA
Lawrence F. Tornetta, Ltd.

"Our firm had the good fortune of being introduced to the Tracs Group. They were very quickly able to identify tax credits that we had never realized. So far Tracs has identified two years of SIGNIFICANT (seriously) credits and for the same in years to come."