What we do?
We help you navigate the complex waters of filing an ERC claim with the IRS.
If you had payroll expenses at any time in 2020 and 2021, you need to have our experts review your eligibility for the ERC program. We will verify your eligibility, provide a thorough review of your payroll expenses, complete all the required IRS tax forms, and ensure you receive the funds due back to you quickly.
IRS forms can be complicated and one small slip could mean the difference in you receiving funds quickly, slowly, or not at all. Our trained tax professionals not only ensure all the proper tax forms are completed correctly, we guarantee they are submitted and received by the right department. In addition, we continually follow up with the IRS on your behalf to ensure you receive your money as fast as possible. Staying up with the IRS codes, regulations, and guidelines is a full-time job. It’s critical all your paperwork is done right the first time. If the IRS rejects your paperwork, it could delay you receiving funds by several months.
No Upfront Cost
Did your business pay W-2 wages at any point from March 12, 2020, to Dec 31, 2021?
Did you have a significant decline in revenue since 2019?
Was your business partially or fully shut down by government orders due to COVID?
Recover cash for your business with the Employee Retention Tax Credit. This tax relief is worth up to $5,000 per employee for 2020 and up to $7,000 per employee per quarter for 2021.
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How it Works
We ask you a series of well-defined questions that matches your eligibility with the ERTC program criteria.
Our team of world-class CPAs and attorneys identify, qualify and quantify an estimate of credits available to you. Once completed, we deliver a Rebate Feasibility Report to you.
Complete application, collect your refund.
Our experts package the final paperwork ready for submission to the government. No additional work is required on your part. Just send in the documents and cash the checks.
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The ERTC is a fully refundable payroll tax credit that was enacted as part of the CARES Act in March 2020.
In December 2020, the Consolidated Appropriations Act expanded the ERTC, allowing PPP borrowers to benefit from the ERTC retroactively.
Then in March 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act established the Recovery Startup provision for companies that start a new trade or business after February 15, 2020.
To claim the ERTC, eligible employers report their total qualified wages on their quarterly employment tax returns (Form 941). Employers can also request an advance of the employee retention credit by submitting Form 7200.
For quarters that are filed timely, include Form 941. For past quarters, file Form 941-X. For companies that use a third-party payroll provider, some coordination with the payroll provider may be necessary.
The IRS has extended the audit window for this tax credit. Documenting your eligibility, qualified wages, and calculation is important.
No, you do not have to repay the Employee Retention Tax Credit. However, if you receive an advance of the credits (Form 7200), you need to account for that amount when filing your federal employment tax return.
The IRS has a backlog of ERTC claims so it could take several months to receive your refund check.