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About The Federal CARES Act Act Now Before Time Runs Out

ERC is a law passed by Congress to help provide an incentive to assist employees.
Applications for the ERC can be filed if you were impacted in 2020 & 2021.
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Nearly $2.7 trillion was earmarked by the US government as part of the CARES act, to help businesses survive the pandemic.

The CARES Act was passed into law as a stimulus to help companies deal with the economic impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Recently, the rules and regulations were expanded and amended to include any and all businesses and services that were affected by the economic impact of the pandemic. Your business may not have qualified for the first round of CARE Act funds, but there is a good chance that the expanded rules and qualifications may enable you to get some much needed relief.

One of the key programs put in place with the CARES Act,

was an incentive called the Employee Retention Tax Credit. Negatively impacted businesses can get up to $26,000 per employee in tax free, no-restrictions tax credits. Our specialty service focuses on helping your business get your ERC credit, and can help you get the federal stimulus funds you need to help off-set the impact of the virus.

We provide complete, rapid and uncompromising advice around Employee Retention Credits and will help you identify all the ways your business has had impact on commerce, travel and group meetings to qualify for the ERC.

Common Misconceptions

  • I don’t qualify because
    • I did not have a revenue decline
    • I did better during Covid
    • I did not shut down
    • I received PPP loans
  • The process is a hassle
  • This is a loan
  • There are rules for spend the money
  • I will be taxed on these credits

The Qualification Criteria

A reduction in Gross Receipts

For 2020: 50% annual or quarterly reduction

For 2021: 20% reduction vs same quarter in 2019 OR 2020

Partial or Full Suspension Qualifier

The pandemic and/or government restrictions impacted the typical operations of the business. This is qualitative and the IRS has been interpreting this broadly.

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