Claim ERTC Under CARES Act: 2023 Maximum Rebate Guarantee For SMBs & Non-Profits

Mar 29, 2023

Claim your ERTC rebate with a time commitment of 15 minutes or less – and a maximum allowable rebate guarantee. It’s easy, just let the experts handle all the paperwork, while you wait for your check in the mail. It’s 100% risk-free.

Claim ERTC Under CARES Act: 2023 Maximum Rebate Guarantee For SMBs & Non-Profits

What can you accomplish in 15 minutes?

Personally, my favorite 15-minute task is taking a nap, but that's also long enough to make a sandwich, have a shower, or maybe, if you rush, pick up the dry cleaning.

But what if you could use that 15 minutes to claim hundreds of thousands of dollars from the federal government, with no strings attached?

This fast rebate service from ERTC Tasks Media can help almost any employer to qualify for pandemic relief funds through the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) program. It also guarantees you the maximum allowable rebate - and it only takes 15 minutes of your time.

In a rush? Then skip this blog, and go straight to the free eligibility test and rebate calculator by clicking here.

ERTC Tasks Media can help you claim up to $26,000 per employee, with no upper limit on funding, and no restrictions on how the funds can be spent. Their application service is open to all employers, including startups, new businesses founded during the pandemic, and non-profit organizations such as churches, schools, and clinics.

Funds are also available to employers that have already enrolled in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). However, unlike the loans offered by the PPP, when you claim a rebate through ERTC Tasks Media, you can be sure that it's not a loan or deferral, never requires repayment, and can be spent any way you choose.

To qualify, your business must have had between 5 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during the pandemic, and been negatively affected by it in some way. While originally the requirements were quite strict, you can now show your business has been affected in several ways, including temporary closures due to lockdowns, suffering financial losses, or any situation that limited normal business, such as supply chain shortages. Learn more at

Pretty much everyone can qualify, if they had staff on the payroll - so even if you think you're not eligible, no way, no how, take the free eligibility test anyway. It won't cost you a thing other than a few seconds of your time, and it could be worth millions.

There's no cost or obligation, and it only asks 10 easy questions.

After completing the assessment, you will receive an estimate of your available funding, and a link to the company’s fast application service, known as the 15 Minute Refund program. The program guarantees every employer their maximum allowable rebate, with a time commitment of 15 minutes or less - and that's hard to argue with.

With no upper limit on funding, the average small business rebate has been approximately $150,000, though some businesses have been able to claim as much as $2 million.

What if your business is still struggling from the pandemic, and you can't afford to pay for an accountant to figure all this out? Does that mean you lose your chance at this free money from the IRS?

No way.

To ensure every business has equal access to the program, applications are handled in the order that they are received, and the entire service is offered with no risk or up-front fees.

No business will be charged until after it has received a rebate, and any business that does not qualify or does not receive a rebate, will not be charged at all - or to put it another way, you can't lose.

The absolute worst-case scenario is that you don't qualify, and it costs you nothing more than a few minutes of your time.

In the best-case scenario though, you could receive a check from the IRS for up to millions of dollars - and that's practically a miracle because it usually goes the other way.

It's easier than you think, learn more at

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