Claim Employee Retention Credits With PPP Loan 2022 With CPA ERTC Rebate Experts

Jun 9, 2022

There could be up to $26,000 per employee in tax credits, with your business’s name on them, even if you already received a PPP loan. These expert CPAs can help you claim it in 15 minutes or less!

Claim Employee Retention Credits With PPP Loan 2022 With CPA ERTC Rebate Experts

Have you claimed your pandemic relief funds yet?

Many business owners have already enrolled in the PPP, but there’s another program that’s offering tax rebates to small and medium-sized businesses, even if they already received a PPP loan.

The world is slowly returning to business as usual, but many companies are still struggling with the aftereffects of the pandemic. You may still be eligible for tens, or hundreds of thousands of dollars in pandemic relief funds that you can claim to get back on your feet using a new fast rebate program from Ulrich GNB-Consulting.

Visit https://www.ertcclaim.us to get a free estimate on how much you can claim.

While many companies have already enrolled in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and received a loan, you should be aware that this is not the only pandemic relief program you may be eligible for. The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program was launched at the same time, and after amendments passed in 2021, you may apply for benefits from both programs.

Both the ERTC and the PPP help small to medium-sized businesses through the pandemic, however, they provide funding through different methods. While the PPP offers small loans, the ERTC offers tax rebates. These rebates never need to be repaid, and there are no restrictions on how you can spend them.

If you are eligible, you may claim up to $26,000 per employee, and your entire claim can be completed in 15 minutes or less with the help of ERTC specialist CPAs and the Ulrich GNB-Consulting’s 15 Minute Refund program. The mechanism guarantees you your maximum allowable rebate and includes audit-proof documentation for IRS support.

Small to medium-sized businesses with up to 500 full-time employees, as well as non-profits, startups, and new businesses, can qualify. To be eligible, your business must have suffered financial losses during the pandemic or had to close temporarily due to government orders, such as a lockdown. In some cases, operating at a reduced capacity may also qualify, such as restaurants turning to offer takeout services only.

To determine your eligibility, you can take a simple evaluation on the Ulrich GNB-Consulting website, which takes approximately one minute to complete. It requires no proprietary business information and is available with no cost or obligation.

The 15 Minute Refund program has helped a wide range of businesses to claim their ERTC rebates, ranging from small companies claiming $20,000 to multi-location restaurants that have been able to claim upwards of $2 million. There is no cost to any company that does not qualify for and receive a rebate.

This isn’t a loan, and it doesn’t count against your business in any way. It’s practically free money, and all you have to do is claim it. There is no official deadline, but there is a limited amount of funding available, so claim yours today.

Visit https://www.ertcclaim.us to take the free eligibility test, and get an estimate on how much you can claim.

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