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Xante Employees Worldwide Receive Bonuses After US Corporate Tax Reform

Press release from the issuing company

On Tuesday, February 20, all Xante employees in the US and worldwide offices employed for more than one year received a $1200 bonus thanks to the corporate tax rate reductions in the tax reform bill signed into law by President Donald Trump in December, 2017. Those employed for less than a year received a different amount.

In a company-wide assembly Robert Ross, President and CEO of Xante, praised employees for their hard work and dedication before distributing individual checks. Ross also thanked Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL), who was also present, for his assistance to Xante over the years. Speaking to the employees, Ross stated that the corporate tax savings for Xante would allow the company to expand and fund new businesses within the current business. “This will lead to a new level of growth for our company,” Ross said.

Xante employs over 100 people full- and part-time in the US and around the world. The company has provided a wide variety of digital printing solutions to commercial print providers and in-plant operations for over 25 years.


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