Free ERC Calculator: Get Maximum Allowable Rebates For Startups & Non-Profits

Apr 25, 2023

Lock in your ERC rebate, before it’s too late. This free calculator can tell you in just a few minutes how much you might be eligible for – and you can use the fast application service to claim the maximum allowable rebate, risk-free.

Did you ever hear the joke about the business owner who forgot to claim his pandemic relief funds?


I didn't either, because it wasn't very funny.

Just forgetting to make a claim can cost your business tens, or even hundreds of thousands of dollars, in practically free money from the federal government.

If you haven't made your claim yet, what are you waiting for? If you don't think you can qualify or don't think you qualify for enough money to make it worth it, think again.

There's a ton of money up for grabs, and it's easy to claim if you had a business operating during the pandemic. Besides, it's free to find out, and there's no risk or obligation - all you have to do is answer a few simple questions.

Try it out for yourself, they even have a quick calculator that will help you figure out how much you can claim, just visit

The calculator service is backed by a team of ERC CPA specialists to provide free rebate estimates for any business affected by the recent pandemic, with just a few minutes required from you, the employer. You can also use their application service to claim your maximum allowable rebate from the IRS, with no repayment and no restrictions.

ERTC Express can help you claim up to $26,000 per employee, which never needs to be repaid, so it's hard to imagine a rebate too small to be worth claiming. Besides, with no upper limit on funding, the program has helped upwards of 9,000 businesses to claim more than $1.3 billion in pandemic relief - and it's still going strong.

To make sure that you receive your maximum allowable refund, the application service uses 3 CPAs working individually to triple-check your funding. After your application is completed and filed by ERTC Express, all you have to do is wait for a check in the mail from the IRS.

It's not a gift, a loan, or a deferral. These rebates are actually a reimbursement from the federal government, for wages that your business has already paid. So in reality, it's already your money - you just need to claim it.

The calculator service from ERTC Express is available to any business that had between 3 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during the pandemic. This includes startups, new businesses founded during the pandemic, and non-profit organizations such as churches and schools, as well as businesses that have already received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

ERTC Express can help almost any business to qualify, even if you do not meet the original qualification guidelines. Your business may be eligible if it has suffered significant financial losses, temporary closures, reduced productivity, or remote working limitations during the pandemic.

In fact, the list of possible qualifiers has gotten so long, the best way to find out if you qualify is just to describe your situation, and ask an ERC specialist.

There's not even any upper limit on funding - so with enough employees, you could even claim upwards of a million dollars in rebates.

Things are a little different for new businesses, which can only claim up to $100,000 in rebates, but that's still a pretty good deal for a brand-new business.

Whatever your business, whatever your situation, ERTC Express can probably help - but only if you start your application before the deadline.

Visit to take a free eligibility test, use the rebate calculator, or begin a new claim.

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