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10-7-lsLivingSocial has neither the manpower nor office size to qualify for tax breaks in the District of Columbia.

The Georgetown-based deals giant could be qualifying for $32.5m in D.C. Council-approved tax breaks – originally designed to keep the company in the area – if only it hadn’t made so many layoffs.

At the time of the tax package’s approval, LivingSocial seemed on track to fulfill the requirements, but smart-sizing gradually took its toll.

To qualify for the breaks, LivingSocial would need at least 1,000 D.C.-based employees, as well as a local headquarters measuring 200,000 square feet.

A slew of layoffs over the past year has cut the company’s D.C. workforce down to 602, only 244 of whom are residents of the District.

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Jason Campbell

Jason Campbell is a Junior Editor @ Daily Deal Media
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