Fast ERTC Rebate Claims 2024: Free Refund Calculator For Non-Profits & Startups

Apr 30, 2024

The ERTC is practically free money, no strings attached – so if you haven’t claimed it yet, why not?! Seriously, all you have to do is apply, and that’s easy. If you qualify, you’ll get your refund in the mail soon.

If you've been sitting on your hands, holding off on claiming your ERTC or Employee Retention Tax Credits - why?

You've missed your chance now to claim rebates for 2020, but it's not too late to make a claim for 2021. The good news is, it can be pretty easy - you can find a free, super simple eligibility test and rebate calculator at LP Consulting, just visit

They can even help you to complete all the paperwork and make your claim, for the maximum allowable amount. In fact, it's one of their guarantees.

The Good, The Bad & The Rebate

Let's start with the bad news - if you've waited this long, that means there's no way to claim your rebate from 2020 - and that's up to $5,000 per employee, gone forever.

The good news, and you'll like this - is that it's not too late to make a claim for 2021, and you can get up to $21,000 per employee, that you never have to pay back.

LP Consulting offers an up-to-date 15 Minute Refund program that uses a team of ERTC specialists to complete the paperwork, and help business owners like you claim their maximum allowable rebates - even if they may have been previously disqualified.

That's right, I said even if you were disqualified before, you may be able to get a rebate now.

The Time's They Are A-Changin'

Since the ERTC program was first launched, things have changed - a lot.

They have expanded the eligibility, increased the available rebates, and made it easier to apply - so all for the better. That means many employers that were originally disqualified from the program may now be eligible for rebates, without being aware of their changed circumstances.

So if you haven't made a claim because you were told you couldn't - that may have changed, and it's a good idea to take the free, no-obligation eligibility check if you're not sure. You can click right here, to go straight to it.

Requalification? Easier Than You Think

One of the most common situations involves employers who have already received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Originally, receiving these loans disqualified you from the ERTC program, but that requirement was later removed, allowing businesses to benefit from both programs, simultaneously.

So if you got your PPP loan then missed out on all this essentially "free money," well, now is your chance.

That's not the only change though, you can also qualify now with up to 500 W-2 employees, regardless of whether your business is for-profit, non-profit, or if you're running a startup. However, a different set of regulations applies for companies founded during the pandemic, allowing these companies to claim up to $100,000 in rebates as a Startup Recovery Business.

If your business is new, definitely get in contact with a specialist, because that money will certainly help you out.

Calculate The Easy Way

If you, like me, are absolutely fantastic at the basic math you usually need to run the business - that's great, but I would still recommend a professional.

It's not that we can't do it without them, but as you've seen, the rules keep changing, they're complicated, and it's the IRS. I don't push my luck with the IRS, I just let the experts deal with it, it's easier in the long run.

So if you're about to make a claim, take my advice and do it the smart way.

Let the experts figure out how much you can claim, then get it for you. They even guarantee they'll get you the maximum allowable amount, so you can't lose.

Just remember, this isn't a loan, a deferral, or even a gift - it's repayment.

The government owes you this money - they said they would help pay wages during the pandemic, and here's their help. Claim what you're owed, the easy way.

Even if you're not sure, the quick, free, no-obligation rebate check isn't a bad idea. You just never know what you might be owed.


Web Analytics