ERC Tax Credits For Portland Dentists 2022/2023 – Free Rebate Eligibility Check

May 28, 2022

Did you keep your employees on the payroll during the pandemic? Chances are good that you qualify for ERTC rebates – it’s free to find out, and you could receive up to $26,000 per employee.

ERC Tax Credits For Portland Dentists 2022/2023 - Free Rebate Eligibility Check

I’ve always been a little surprised that everyone is so scared of the dentist.

My dentist is a great fellow, in fact, he actually won “Dentist of the Year” in our town.

There was no prize money or trophy, but they did give him a little plaque.

Pause for the groans…

If you’re a dentist, and I’m assuming you are if you’re reading this article, then you’ve probably heard that joke a thousand times before.

This time it has a better ending though – because I’m going to follow it up with some important information about how you could get a pretty hefty check from the IRS.

In 2020, when the pandemic struck, the world was unprepared, and many Portland businesses suffered devastating losses or even permanent closures. If you experienced significant declines in your revenue or had to close your doors temporarily due to government orders such as a lockdown, you can claim tax credits using a new fast application process from Ampifire.

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The federal government created several pandemic relief programs that helped both employers and employees, and through one of those programs, the Employee Retention Tax Credit, many businesses still have unclaimed rebates. The fast application from Ampifire can be used to find out if you are eligible, and help you complete your claim, with a total time commitment of 15 minutes or less.

The ERTC program was originally intended to last for only a single fiscal quarter, with very limited eligibility. However, after going through several rounds of amendments, the program was extended until September 2021, and the eligibility was expanded to include non-profit organizations, startups, and new businesses founded during the pandemic.

One of the most significant changes to the program was the inclusion of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) recipients. Under the original guidelines, if you received a PPP loan you were excluded from the ERTC program, but that was changed in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, allowing you to qualify for tax credits regardless.

Ampifire has created a short, 10-question eligibility assessment that can determine if your business qualifies for a rebate, absolutely free, and with no obligation. The assessment is available on the company’s website, can be completed in approximately one minute, and requires no proprietary business information.

If you’re eligible, you may be able to claim up to $26,000 per employee in rebates, that do not need to be repaid, with no restrictions on how the funds can be spent. The new 15 Minute Refund program from Ampifire can help you to calculate your tax credits easily and is guaranteed to provide the maximum allowable rebate.

There is no fee to take the assessment and no out-of-pocket expenses – all fees are deducted as a percentage of the final tax refund.

We don’t appreciate dentists enough in today’s society, and offering rebates for wages paid is really the least we should be doing.

Visit https://fountainpr.com/wordpress to take the free eligibility assessment, and find out how much you’re eligible for in tax credits.

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