Get ERTC For Closed Businesses, Startups & Non-Profits: Pandemic Relief Options

Nov 17, 2023

Is your business still struggling from the after-effects of COVID, or was it forced to close entirely? You might still be able to claim ERTC pandemic relief funds. Check out this free eligibility test and rebate calculator from ERTC Guy to learn how much.

Did you know that over the last three years, it's estimated that hundreds of thousands of businesses had to close permanently?

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic is officially over, the economic effects can still be seen in many small businesses around the country, but it's not all bad news.

Whether your business closed permanently or is still open right now - you can still claim Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC) from the federal government. The only thing is, the deadline to file a claim is coming up, so you had better get on it soon.

The best way to get started is with a free, no-obligation eligibility check and rebate estimate from ERTC Guy. Their specialists can help with every step of the way, even the paperwork - check them out at

They'll explain everything, like how you can still claim rebates even if your business is closed, how to claim the maximum amount, and when you should expect to receive your check in the mail.

In short, if you had between 5 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during the pandemic - ERTC Guy specialists can help you to qualify for, maximize, and claim your ERTC rebates, fast.

Are you thinking to yourself, "Well, that would be great if I hadn't already been disqualified?"

You're not alone - and you're also not right, well, not entirely.

The thing is, lots of businesses were disqualified from receiving ERTC rebates, for all kinds of reasons - so many, in fact, that they changed the rules entirely.

Any type of business can now qualify, including startups, new businesses founded during the pandemic, and non-profit organizations, like churches, schools, and clinics.

If your business has already enrolled in or received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), you can still qualify, and experts suggest that any employer who qualified for PPP benefits will also qualify for ERTC rebates.

It's interesting that these two pandemic relief programs were created at the same time, for the same purpose - but they have a lot of differences. The difference that likely matters the most to us, right now, is that rebates claimed through the ERTC program never require repayment, and have no restrictions on how they can be spent.

Another huge difference is the maximum amount you can claim. While I can't tell you an exact number for your business (use the free rebate calculator on the ERTC Guy website for that) - I can tell you that there's no upper limit on funding.

That's important and has allowed some employers to claim more than $750,000 using the ERTC Guy application service. $750,000 that's all theirs, to spend any way they please - without ever having to pay it back.

So let's say that you haven't made a claim yet - what should your next step be?

It's so easy, it's practically magic. Just visit ERTC Guy to take the free eligibility test - which is just 10 super easy questions. There's no cost, no obligation, no strings attached, and nothing up my sleeve.

However, Abra-Cadabra - when you answer those 10 questions, you'll get a fast estimate of your available rebate, and they'll give you the option to contact an ERTC specialist if you want help filling out the paperwork.

You can fill it out yourself of course - but their application specialists can make it a lot easier, and they can make sure you claim the maximum allowable rebate, before the filing deadline.

Either way, before you decide - find out how much you can claim, using their fast eligibility checker. You can find it at

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