Calculate and claim your ERTC rebate before it’s too late. This free tool from ERTC Guy will tell you if your business can qualify, and for how much, in only 60 seconds. Want the maximum rebate? They can help with that too.
It's almost 2024, and the one thing every business owner wants for Christmas this year is about to expire.
It's the gift that, in a way, you can only give to yourself - although, in another way, it comes direct from the federal government.
If you don't know yet what I'm talking about, it's the ERTC, or Employee Retention Tax Credit, and it's important because you could have rebates of up to $26,000 per employee, just waiting to be claimed.
If you want less talk, and more rebate - you can skip right to the free eligibility check and calculator, at https://ertcguy.com/employee-retention-tax-credit-for-hr-companies/
The thing is, we should all know this by now, it's nothing new.
The ERTC program is now 3 years old, and the only reason many people haven't applied is because the rules keep changing. Each change allows more business owners to qualify, or increases the amount they can claim - but they didn't do a great job advertising all this free money they're handing out.
So let me give it to you short and sweet - if you kept your doors open during the pandemic, had W-2 employees on the payroll, but less than 500 of them, and your business was affected by the pandemic in some way - you almost certainly qualify. That's pretty much all you need.
Here's another way to put it - did you qualify for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans? If you did, then once again, you almost certainly qualify for ERTC. The requirements are practically the same, and don't worry, you're allowed to receive benefits from both programs now.
I always suggest starting with a free eligibility test and rebate calculator, because free information is the best kind, as long as it's accurate. This test I found is pretty good, it only asks 10 simple questions, and it calculates your maximum allowable rebate at the end.
Also, obviously, it's absolutely free and carries no obligation. There are no tricks, it's just 10 quick and easy questions to help you decide if it's worth your time to apply... but trust me, if you can qualify, you'll definitely want to apply.
There are several ways you can do that, but I'm only going to talk about 2 options because they're the only two that matter.
In short, you can do it yourself, or have someone do it for you.
Since it's a lot of complicated paperwork for the IRS, and there's a lot of money at stake, I suggest getting a specialist to help. However, you don't have to - if you think you can handle it by yourself, the ERTC Guy website can explain how to complete the paperwork, step by step.
If you want help from a specialist, that's where they really shine - and it's my favorite kind of service, a "Done-For-You" one.
That means they don't help you fill in the application, they pretty much handle everything - all you have to do is answer a few questions and provide some basic documentation - and they'll help you claim the maximum allowable amount, every time.
With no upper limit on funding, ERTC Guy application specialists have helped some businesses claim more than $750,000, and, unlike other pandemic relief programs, these funds have no repayment and no restrictions on how they can be spent.
That's because ERTC rebates are not a loan or deferral, they are a reimbursement for wages that you have already paid during the pandemic. You can still claim ERTC rebates if you have already received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), or if you have already made a claim for wages paid in 2020.
There's really no reason not to claim your rebate - even if it just seems like too much work, that's what ERTC Guy is for. They'll maximize your rebate, and all you have to do is forget about it until your check shows up in the mail.
Don't decide yet though, first, take the free, no-obligation eligibility check to find out how much you qualify for.