Employee Retention Tax Credit

Did Your Business Suffer from COVID?

Drive your business forward with the ERTC Tax Credit with up to $26,000 per employee

Push Your Business Forward With The ERTC Tax Credit

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) is a refundable tax credit for businesses that continued to pay employees while shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic or had significant declines in gross receipts from March 13, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2021. Eligible employers can claim the ERTC on an original or adjusted employment tax return for a period within those dates.

Unlock a New Revenue Stream for Your Own Business

Get Rewarded for Resiliance

Free money that the government is giving out if your business survived COVID.

Cash Flow Injection

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Refundable Tax Credit

Up to $7,000 per quarter, per employee for 2021.

Who Qualifies?

The credit is available to eligible employers that paid qualified wages to some or all employees after March 12, 2020, and before January 1, 2022. Eligibility and credit amount vary depending on when the business impacts occurred. The ERTC is not available to individuals.

1. Partial or full shut down due to governmental orders;


2. Experienced a decline in GR’s that fulfills a certain threshold:

  • Threshold changes: for 2020 50% decrease; for 2021 it’s a 20% decrease;
  • 26,000 per employee that you retained-eligibility.

What To Expect

Phase 1

Initial Consultation

We learn about your business, find out if you qualify using gross receipts or any shutdown provisions and explain how the credit works.

Phase 2

Document Analysis

Submit your documentation and we’ll calculate the credit and put it through quality control to make sure everything is accurate.

Phase 3

Discovery Call

We’ll walk you through your potential tax credits. You’ll discover which quarters you qualify (potentially up to 7 quarters).

Phase 4

Filing Process

  • Get transparency around how long the IRS will take to provide the refund and, should you decide to move forward, execute a Power of Attorney through us.

Phase 5

Status Updates

As tax attorneys we can check on the status of the refund directly with the IRS so you don’t have to. We’ll routinely update you on the status of your tax refund until it is initiated.

The IRS is bogged down so it is better to start on your refund now!

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Is every business eligible for the Employee Retention Credit?

Tax Credits can be available to a variety of entities, specifically those with employees on staff that are engaging in innovation or developing a qualified business component.. Our team can help determine your eligibility.

Who is eligible to claim the Employee Retention Credit?
Who is not eligible to claim the ERTC?

You don't qualify for the ERTC if you didn't operate a business or tax-exempt organization with employees.

Examples of non-eligible taxpayers:

Some examples of taxpayers who are not eligible to claim the ERTC and are often targeted by ERTC scam promoters include:

  1. Individual taxpayers who are not business owners
  2. Employees
  3. Retirees
  4. People who do not have employees
  5. Household employers
  6. Employers that didn't pay wages to employees during the qualifying time periods
  7. Employers who experienced supply chain disruptions but did not experience a full or partial suspension of operations by a qualifying order
  8. Government agencies

Source: IRS Website

Did Another Company Mishandle Your ERTC Refund?

There are a lot of unqualified companies out there offering this service. We understand that it’s hard to find someone to trust. We will help you fix what another company mishandled. There are many nuances to filing this tax credit and we can help you get you back on track.

Find Out If You Qualify

Start by filling out a short form to see if you qualify.