Get Up to $26k in Refunds Per W-2 Employee for the Last 3 quarters of 2020 & 1st 3 quarters of 2021.
The employee retention tax credit (ERTC) is a valuable tool for businesses to help retain their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. The credit was first introduced in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and has been extended and expanded in subsequent legislation. The most recent development in the ERTC is the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, which was signed into law in March 2021. This legislation expands the ERTC to include employers with 500 or fewer employees, and increases the credit from 50% to 70% of qualified wages. It also allows employers to claim the credit for wages paid after March 12, 2020, and before December 31, 2021. In addition, the American Rescue Plan Act also extends the ERTC to employers who have experienced a significant decline in gross receipts. This means that employers who have experienced a decline of 20% or more in gross receipts in any quarter of 2020 or 2021 can qualify for the credit. Finally, the American Rescue Plan Act also allows employers to claim the ERTC for wages paid to employees who are furloughed or have reduced hours due to the pandemic. This is a major change from the CARES Act, which only allowed employers to claim the credit for wages paid to employees who were actively working. The ERTC is a valuable tool for businesses to help retain their employees during the pandemic. With the recent changes and expansions, employers should take advantage of this credit to help offset the costs of keeping their employees on the payroll.
Are you considering taking advantage of the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) but have heard some common myths about it? Don’t worry – we’re here to debunk them!
Myth #1: The ERTC is only available to businesses that have been forced to close due to the pandemic.
False! The ERTC is available to businesses of all sizes, regardless of whether they’ve been forced to close or not. The credit is available to employers who have experienced a significant decline in gross receipts, or who have been forced to partially or fully suspend operations due to government orders related to COVID-19.
Myth #2: The ERTC is only available to businesses that have laid off employees.
False! The ERTC is available to employers who have kept their employees on payroll, even if they’ve had to reduce their hours or wages. Employers can claim the credit for wages paid to employees who are not providing services due to the pandemic.
Myth #3: The ERTC is only available to businesses that have experienced a significant decline in gross receipts.
False! The ERTC is available to employers who have experienced a significant decline in gross receipts, or who have been forced to partially or fully suspend operations due to government orders related to COVID-19.
We hope this has helped to clear up some of the common myths about the ERTC. If you’re considering taking advantage of the credit, just fill out the No Cost, No Obligation form below. It'll only take about 15 minutes to see how much you could get back.
Employers are struggling to keep their employees as the pandemic dragged on. With millions of people filing for
unemployment, it is becoming more difficult for employers to retain and generate new jobs. If you are one of them, The Employee Retention Tax Credit can offer
you a solution. This tax credit provides you with a refundable tax credit against your employer’s federal employment taxes up to 50% of qualified wages paid
per quarter to each employee up to the limit of $10,000.
It is time-sensitive, The statute of limitations for the 2020 ERTC closes April 15, 2024.
The statute of limitations for the 2021 ERTCs closes April 15, 2025.
The Employee Retention Tax Credit enables businesses to offset their payroll costs while also helping them remain competitive and promote job security during these challenging times. And that’s not all – with our comprehensive tax services, we will help ensure you maximize your credit without spending extra money consulting a specialized expert. We will review your company’s records and calculate the potential credits available for your business based on its size and industry -all at no cost! Act now before it's too late!
So if you are worrying about how to stay afloat in these turbulent times, stop stressing because we can help. Fill out the form below today and get started on filing for your Employee Retention Tax Credit with us. Our team of experienced advisors are here for you 24/7 ready to answer any questions or concerns you may have!
No cost to get started. Our team will hold your hand through the process of filling out your qualification form and be there if you ever need more information or have any questions.
Our CPAs and Customer Service Agents go to work and process your filing. To minimize your risk and ensure you’re audit defensible, we use our Power of 3 system and have 3 different CPA teams agree on your final credit amount before submitting your claim.
Get your refund deposited directly to your account. You only pay us after you’ve been paid. We’re only successful when you are.
We focus solely on Employee Retention Tax Credits assessment, preparation, and filings of our clients. Due to our experience and enterprise-level capabilities that enable us to support thousands of direct clients, payroll firms, and CPA practices across the nation we have become the leading ERTC Company in the United States.
The accuracy of our claims process and industry acceptance of its reliability have enabled many clients to gain access to funding advances for their ERTC claims.
Our teams of ERTC specialists pride themselves on understanding your business to a degree that enables them to identify the best possible ways to maximize your ERTC eligibility.
Whenever you have questions or need help, our highly responsive ERTC support team will be there to give you the answers you need.
We fully stand behind our work. We provide full audit support if any of your ERTC claims are ever challenged by the IRS.
Our pricing structure is transparent. There are never hidden costs.
It only takes a few minutes to fill out the form and find out how much your Business may be Owed.
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