FREE VIDEO REVEALS: How Small Businesses
Are Receiving Up To $26,000 Per Employee
With the Employee Retention Credit (ERC).
*ERC is the same as ERTC
Discover How Your Business Can
Survive and Thrive With the ERC or
Employee Retention Credit
Dear small business owner,
The U.S. government has passed a series of bills in an effort to help businesses like yours recover from the impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ever heard of the ERC or Employee Retention Credit?
The ERC is an opportunity to get funding for your business that you can claim based on qualified wages and benefits paid to employees.
How Much Money Can
You Get Back?
The ERC rate for 2021 is 70% of qualified wages, and 50 percent in 2020. So the maximum amount you can claim each quarter per employee is $7000 in 2021 and $5,000 total in 2020.
That means you can receive up to $26,000 per employee! Plus...
You can qualify with decreased revenue or a COVID event,
There's no limit on funding,
And, the ERC is a refundable tax credit, so there's no need to pay it back.
How Do You Know if Your
Business Is Eligible?
To qualify, your business must have been negatively impacted in either of the following ways:
A government authority required a partial or full shutdown of your business during 2020 or 2021. This includes your operations being limited by commerce, inability to travel, or restrictions of group meetings.
Gross receipt reduction criteria are different for 2020 and 2021 but are measured against the current quarter as compared to 2019 pre-COVID amounts.
A business can be eligible for one quarter and not another.
Initially, under the CARES Act of 2020, businesses were not able to qualify for the ERC if they had already received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan. With new legislation in 2021, employers are now eligible for both programs. The ERC, though, cannot apply to the same wages as the ones for PPP.
How Do I Get Started
With My Claim?
You can file a claim yourself by visiting the IRS website and trying to follow their confusing instructions.
But before you do, you need to know that the ERC underwent several changes and has many technical details, which include:
Finding out if your company meets the criteria to qualify for the ERC
Locating all payroll information from the last few years and determining qualified wages
Figuring out which of your employees are eligible
Filling out complicated IRS forms
Plus, your business' specific case might require a more intensive review and analysis. The program is complex and might leave you with many unanswered questions.
That's why we recommend using qualified dedicated experts who can help make sense of it all.
Our Dedicated Team of Experts
Have Helped Clients Receive Refunds
From $100,000 to $6 Million
And they can help you do the same by guiding you and outlining the steps you need to take so you can maximize the claim for your business.
You'll get a thorough evaluation of your eligibility and a comprehensive analysis of your claim.
You'll also receive guidance on the claiming process and specific program expertise that a regular CPA or payroll processor might not be well-versed in.
It'll be a fast and smooth end-to-end process, from eligibility to claiming and receiving refunds.
We have dedicated specialists that will interpret highly complex program rules and will be available to answer your questions, including:
How does the PPP loan factor into the ERC?
What are the differences between the 2020 and 2021 programs and how does it apply to your business?
What are aggregation rules for larger, multi-state employers, and how do I interpret multiple states' executive orders?
How do part-time, Union, and tipped employees affect the amount of my refunds?
Here are just a couple of our satisfied clients...
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