Is your small business eligible for pandemic relief funds? Find out for free in just a few minutes – you can still qualify if you’ve received a PPP loan, have more than 100 employees, or run a non-profit like a church, school, or clinic.
Right now, your business could be eligible for tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in relief funds from the federal government, with no strings attached.
The only problem is that the relief programs have gone through so many changes that most business owners and their CPAs have no idea if they even qualify. You better contact a specialist to check how much you can claim in rebates.
Your ERTC Solution offers you a free pre-qualification program that can help you quickly determine if you qualify for an Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC or ERC) rebate, and how much you can claim.
Visit How to Claim Employee Retention Credit to get your business evaluated for free, and find out how much you're eligible for in rebates.
The federal government’s pandemic relief programs for small businesses ended in 2021, but many businesses still have unclaimed relief funds available through the ERC program. This pre-qualification program can help you to claim rebates even if you were previously disqualified for having too many employees, operating a non-profit, or having enrolled in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Since the ERTC program was first created, several amendments have expanded its eligibility requirements and, as a result, most small and medium-sized business owners are now eligible for rebates. Your ERTC Solution can help employers with up to 500 full-time W-2 employees, as well as non-profits, startups, and new businesses founded during the pandemic, claim their rebates.
If you have already enrolled in the PPP and received a loan, you can also claim your rebates using the program. Unlike the PPP, rebates received through the ERTC program are not a loan, never require repayment, and have no restrictions on how they can be spent.
Your ERTC Solution will also help you claim the maximum allowable rebate - up to $26,000 per employee - with no up-front fees. While individual rebates will vary, their expert accounting team has found that the employers they help to qualify receive approximately $150,000 in rebates, on average. However, there is no upper limit to the Employee Retention Tax Credit program and a number of their clients have received well over $1 million each in rebates.
The program also helps you to claim rebates for individual fiscal quarters even if you are not eligible for rebates for the entire duration. The ERTC accounting team will determine which periods your company qualifies for and maximize your rebates for those quarters.
Your ERTC Solution guarantees every employer their maximum allowable rebate. In addition, you can rely on help from one of their ERTC accounting specialists to make amendments to your 941 returns. The application process takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes and is open to any employer with up to 500 full-time W-2 employees whose business has been affected by the pandemic either financially, by supply chain issues, or through government orders such as lockdowns.
Did you have W-2 employees on the payroll during 2020 or 2021?
Was your business affected by the pandemic?
That's all it takes to qualify - you're halfway to a rebate already.
Visit https://yourertcsolution.com to find out how much you can claim in rebates, and to get help from the ERC specialist accounting team with your paperwork.