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Does The IRS Owe Your Business Money?

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If your business was negatively impacted by Covid-19, the IRS may owe you money. Answer a few questions to find out if your business may be eligible for a tax credit. 

Free, No Obligation Pre-Qualification.

By answering a few, simple, non-invasive questions our team of ERTC experts can determine if you likely qualify for a no-strings-attached tax credit. There is no cost or obligation to be pre-qualified.

Up To $26,000 Per W-2 Employee

Start-Ups are eligible for up to $33K. Companies who increased revenues in 2020 or 2021 may qualify, too.

No Restrictions - No Repayment.

While the ERTC was created in the CARES act along with the PPP Loans - this is not a loan, there is no repayment. There are no restrictions for how recipients of the credit must use the funds.

These Are Just Some Of The Businesses We’ve Helped In The Past 30 Days.

Landscaper in Newport Beach, California, 8 W-2 Employees;
$44,960 Credit 

Plumber in Palm Beach Florida, 19 W-2 Employees;
$162,979 Credit

Lawncare Company Denver Colorado, 28 W-2 Employees;
$305,000 Credit 

Roofer in Houston, Texas, 22 W-2 Employees;
$187,000 Credit 

Garage Door Company in Addison, Illinois, 8 W-2 Employees;
$125,000 Credit

Take The Next Step...

Take the next step to find out if your business is eligible for the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC). 

The COVID-19 pandemic did not just effect the hospitality sector. It left American businesses struggling to stay afloat and the global economy in crisis. Now, life is transitioning back to normal, and businesses have started opening their doors.

To assist businesses with financial recovery, the government introduced the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program. Its goal is to help businesses that retained employees get back on track and secure their financial future during the pandemic.

When you answer a few questions, you’ll find out if your business could be qualified to claim the ERTC tax credit. And based on your responses to this short (and insightful) assessment, you can choose to find out how much the IRS owes you. 

Find Out If Your Business Is Eligible To Receive The ERTC Tax Credit.

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Get Employee Retention Credit For:

Revenue Decline

Capacity
Restrictions

Supply Chain
Disturbances

Travel Restrictions

Commercial
Disruption

Group Gathering Limitations

Full & Partial
Shutdowns

Customer or Jobsite Shutdowns

Remote Work
Orders

Customer or Vendor Restrictions

Find Out If Your Business Is Eligible To Receive The ERTC Tax Credit.

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Don't Let Misconceptions Hold You Back From Claiming Your ERTC Credit.

The ERTC tax incentive is heavily underutilized due to misconceptions surrounding eligibility. Take a look at some of the most common ERTC misconceptions.

We had no revenue decline

Revenue is one of many factors that determine whether you qualify for ERTC. In fact, companies without a considerable revenue decline can still qualify for the employee retention tax credit.

Our business is not essential

Your business does not have to be deemed essential to qualify for employee retention tax credit.

We have received a Paycheck Protection Program Loan before

Companies that have received one or both PPP fundings are eligible for the employee retention tax credit.

It's too late to apply for ERTC

If eligible, employers can claim the ERTC for qualified wages paid in 2020, as well as Q1, Q2, and Q3 of 2021.

We never shut down our business

The ERTC tax incentive has several provisions that make it possible for employers who were not forced to completely shut down their business to qualify for the ERTC. Businesses that were forced to partially shut down their business can make a claim. Additionally, those businesses without a government mandate to shut down or partially shut down their business can still qualify through revenue decline.

Our revenue went up after a shift in the market

Although your revenue increased for the year, many companies experienced declines in one or more quarters in 2020 and/or 2021 when compared to 2019. These short-term revenue declines allow you to qualify even with increased annual revenues.

Find Out If Your Business Is Eligible To Receive The ERTC Tax Credit.

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