PA Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC)
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Jeff Wilson is a seasoned entrepreneur and sales executive with 30 years of successes and experience. Jeff began his career in the hard-driving advertising sales markets of Erie, PA, Washington, DC and State College, PA. Jeff’s startup Marketdrive Marketing created one of the first File Transfer Protocol applications in the television industry to allow advertisers to email broadcast quality commercials across the internet, which is 2007 was ahead of the curve. After selling the patent portfolio, Jeff started a network of TV screens in the waiting areas of medical specialty offices which eventually sold to Accent Health, then again to Health Media Network.
For the past 7 years, Jeff’s current venture is operating a consultancy promoting the PA Educational Improvement Tax Credit program throughout the state.
Jeff’s lives in Bedford, PA with his wife Mamie and daughters Ellie, 16, Lola 13, and Carolyn 10.
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PA EITC & OSTC
Through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) programs, taxpayers can receive a 90% tax credit against their personal PA state income tax liability. Those tax dollars are then self-directed to support lower-income students at the school of their choice.