ERTC/ERC Advisor Helps Businesses With COVID Travel Restrictions Reimbursements

Jul 18, 2023

Experienced supply chain disturbances or job site shutdowns during the pandemic? Talk to ERTC Express, LLC, today and find out if you qualify for free government money through the Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC)!

Ignorance is not always bliss, especially when it comes to the ERTC.

Despite being literally free money from the government, many business owners have yet to submit their ERTC claim—and if you’re reading this, maybe you’re one of them.

But don’t worry because not only is there ample time, there is also expert help available right now if you’re planning to apply for the refund soon.

Consulting firm ERTC Express is offering advisory aid to businesses that qualify for the ERTC but lack the knowledge or time to make a claim. To address the complexity of retroactive filings, the firm offers the expertise of CPAs specializing in the refund, ensuring accuracy and reliability.

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In case you forgot, here’s a refresher on what the ERTC is all about.

The ERTC was conceived as a refundable credit to provide financial relief to companies that stayed opened in 2020 and 2021 despite pandemic-induced difficulties. It was specifically designed to incentivize businesses of all sizes to retain their employees during the nationwide lockdowns implemented during that period.

Eligible employers can retroactively claim the ERTC by filing Form 941-X for each quarter in which they paid qualifying wages. The form can be filed up to three years after the original payroll taxes were due. This means that if you’re eligible, you have until April 2024 to claim your 2020 refunds and until April 2025 to apply for 2021 credits.

“The deadline for the ERTC is extremely generous, and yet the tax credit is heavily underutilized,” said ERTC Express. “This can be due to a number of factors, but a major one is the lack of understanding of its eligibility requirements, something we are working to rectify with the service we offer.”

ERTC Express further stated that businesses that experienced revenue declines are not the only ones eligible for the tax credit. They added that those that encountered supply chain disturbances, remote work orders, capacity restrictions, travel restrictions, or partial shutdowns can also be approved with a properly prepared filing.

To enhance the likelihood of your approval, its advisory services involve a “full-blown assessment” delivered by CPAs who specialize in ERTC refunds. After an initial assessment, your claim is cross-checked by two additional accounting groups for accuracy before it’s finally submitted.

Even better, this multi-layered assessment service is delivered on a contingency basis, meaning that you only pay if you receive your check in the mail. Plus, all you need to do is answer a few non-invasive questions to get started.

This is a once-in-a-generation chance to receive a substantial check from the IRS! Get the ball rolling by visiting

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