Four central Ohio companies were approved for job-creation tax credits to add and retain jobs, the Ohio Department of Development said yesterday.
• Metrolinked of Upper Arlington, operating as KidsLinked.com, a website linking parents with family- and kid-friendly activities. The credit is valued at $76,273 over five years to create 56 jobs and retain 15 jobs.
• NationsHealth Inc., a medical-products provider to Medicare managed-care beneficiaries. The credit is valued at $368,864 over five years and is expected to create 350 jobs in Columbus or Gahanna.
• The Miller Cabinet Co., of Jerome Township in Union County, a cabinetry maker. The credit is valued at $190,945 over six years and is expected to create 53 jobs and retain 27.
• The TJX Cos., parent of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods and A.J. Wright stores. The credit is valued at $175,893 over seven years and is expected to create 28 jobs in New Albany.