Fast ERTC Qualification Check: Get Maximum Rebate Application For SMBs, Startups

May 9, 2023

Get your maximum allowable ERTC rebate, the easy way. Forget about all the calculations and paperwork, the dedicated ERTC team from BottomLine Concepts will handle all the details – all you have to do is wait for your check in the mail from the IRS.

Have you done anything exciting in the last few minutes?

Maybe you've qualified for hundreds of thousands of dollars in free money?


Well... would you like to?

This guide from BottomLine Concepts explains several recent changes Employee Retention Credit (ERC) program, and how you can claim up to $26,000 per employee in rebates, even if you were previously disqualified.

Of course, it is a little technical - but if all you care about are results, they can help with that too. Just jump straight into their free eligibility test, and let them worry about all the rest.

Get all the details at - and don't forget to take the free eligibility test, even if you don't think you qualify, because you might be surprised.

I'm getting a little ahead of myself though, let me explain.

The ERC program was retroactively ended by the federal government in 2021, but you can still claim your rebates either by completing the required paperwork as outlined in the new guide or using the “done-for-you” application service from BottomLine Concepts.

Before it was ended though, the program went through several big changes - like a huge increase in the maximum allowable rebates, an expansion of the eligibility requirements, and changes to how PPP loans affect your rebate.

I can't say here how much you might be able to claim, because it varies a lot from business to business. What I can say is that the BottomLine Concepts team can help you to claim the maximum allowable amount, and that could be millions of dollars, with no strings attached.

Their program is open to any employer that had between 5 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during the pandemic, including new businesses, startups, and non-profit organizations. That's pretty much everyone - so it likely includes you too.

They can even help you to get a rebate if you've already enrolled in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), even though under the original rules, that would disqualify you.

Unlike the PPP, rebates claimed through BottomLine Concepts are refundable tax credits, not a loan. There are no restrictions on how you spend your rebate, and it never requires repayment, ever. Instead of a loan or deferral, these rebates are a one-time reimbursement for wages that you have already paid during the pandemic.

How it works is super easy.

Step 1: Any business owner can use the fast eligibility checking service from BottomLine Concepts to determine if they qualify, with no cost or obligation.

Step 2: Eligible employers can also use the fast application service to receive assistance from a dedicated team of ERC specialists, who will help to calculate their maximum allowable rebate and complete the required paperwork.

Step 3: Wait for a check in the mail from the IRS.

Like I said, easy, right?

All you have to do is qualify, and that's a piece of cake.

Was your business negatively affected by the pandemic in some way, and did you have between 5 and 500 W-2 employees?

That's it, you're qualified.

Well, not officially, but you might as well be - because that's pretty much all it takes.

There are lots of ways to show that your business has been affected, and if you're not sure how BottomLine Concepts can help. Some examples include suffering financial losses, temporary closures, remote working limitations, reduced customer capacity, or supply chain shortages.

If none of those apply to you, just take the free eligibility test anyway, and ask a BottomLine Concepts representative about your unique situation.

They can help you to claim the maximum allowable rebate with no risk, and no up-front fees.

If you don't qualify, or for some reason, you don't receive a rebate - it's absolutely free.

If you do qualify, you won't be charged until after you receive your rebate in the mail - so your check from the IRS can cover the small application fee.

There's no easier way to claim your rebate - and there definitely isn't a better way to make sure you get the maximum allowable refund, even with PPP loans.

Just visit to apply.

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