The Treasury Department and IRS advertised PPP Loans for small businesses.
But they didn't advertise that employers could get a tax credit reimbursing them for their share of quarterly payroll taxes paid in 2020 and 2021.
For a limited time employers with up to 500 employees, including non-profits, can apply for the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC.)
And we can help.
There is no need to pay back the ERTC-- it's a tax credit. Use it for any purpose.
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Your business had to have been affected in one of two ways:
A decline in gross receipts over a declared quarter - 50% decline in 2020 or 20% in 2021.
A “Complete or Partial” Closure of your business in 2020 or 2021, even if revenues increased.
Fill out the form now and we will help you see if you qualify. There's no obligation.
We respond and file as quickly as possible so you can get back to business as usual.
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Our team is comprised of attorneys, CPAs and experts in the finance industry.
Our fee for securing your tax credit is competitively priced based on results.
Free initial consultation
Maximum tax credit.
Can you afford to
With $5000 from 2020
Our process helps to
You apply online
Get a no risk, no obligation filing estimate through our simple online platform
We calculate your ERC
Our efficient and experienced team will determine your maximum credit amount.
We file for you
Our experts complete your IRS filing for you, quickly and accurately to get your credit ASAP.
You get your funds
Get your tax credit from the IRS directly, with minimal involvement needed from you.
Are you eligible for ERC?
The ERTC (Employee retention tax credit) is a refundable payroll tax credit designed to help businesses impacted by COVID-19. It was signed into law on March 27, 2020, as part of the CARES Act. The bill was significantly expanded in 2021. It is still available for a limited time.
Eligible businesses can receive up to $7,000 per W2 employee per quarter for 2021. Yes, that's up to $28,000 per employee for the year! For 2020, eligible businesses can receive up to $5,000 per employee. We did this and got $200,000 back.
You can be eligible if you meet either one of two requirements: 1. Your company experienced a reduction in gross receipts. 2. You were subject to a government ordered mandate which forced your business to reduce or close operations.