Claim Maximum ERTC Rebates For SMBs, Startups & Non-Profits | Eligibility Check

Dec 7, 2022

Get pre-qualified for an ERTC rebate absolutely free in just 60 seconds. Your business could be eligible for up $26,000 per employee in rebates that you never have to pay back.

Claim Maximum ERTC Rebates For SMBs, Startups & Non-Profits | Eligibility Check

Did you know that almost all small and medium-sized businesses in the USA qualify for rebates through the ERTC program?

Take advantage of your chance to get tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in rebates from the IRS - all you have to do is apply.

You don't need to worry about the paperwork because these experts can handle it for you and ensure you get your maximum allowable rebate.

In September 2021, the federal government retroactively ended the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program. However, you can still claim up to $26,000 per employee in rebates. This new pre-qualification program from ERC Scope can help determine if you are eligible, absolutely free, by answering five simple questions.

Visit to take the free eligibility test or learn more about maximizing your rebate.

The new pre-qualification program allows any employer with between 5 and 500 W-2 employees to determine their eligibility for tax credits, including startups, new businesses founded during the pandemic, and non-profit organizations such as churches, schools, or clinics. The assessment can be completed in approximately one minute, without sharing proprietary business information and with no obligation.

After going through several rounds of amendments, the ERTC program has been expanded to provide more significant rebates for a broader range of businesses. However, the application process has also become more complex. Luckily, you can have the entire rebate process handled by a team of ERTC specialist accountants, so you can be sure you'll receive the maximum allowable rebate for your business.

The ERTC specialist team can provide a detailed assessment of which fiscal quarters your business may be eligible for, what factors will affect your rebate, and how much you can claim. They can also help you to claim refunds if you were previously disqualified, either for having already received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) or for having more than 100 employees.

If you have already enrolled in the PPP, you are also eligible for ERTC rebates after changes made in the Consolidated Appropriations Act. Unlike the PPP, which provided small business loans, ERTC rebates are not a loan, never require repayment, and have no restrictions on how they can be spent.

You can also use the new service to schedule a free consultation call with an ERTC specialist who can answer your questions, tell you more about the program, or provide an estimate of your available rebates. The ERTC team can guide you through the process from beginning to end, including helping you to complete the proper documentation and file it correctly.

ERTC rebates are not loans or deferrals; they're direct dollar-for-dollar reimbursement for wages you've already paid. The money is already yours, with no strings attached - all you need to do is claim it.

Visit to take the 5-question pre-qualification test, and find out if you qualify for a rebate.

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