Find out how much you can claim in ERTC rebates, fast and free. There’s no cost, and no obligation, just answer 10 simple questions to get an estimate. They can even help you to complete your application and maximize your rebate, the easy way.
A few years ago, if someone had told me that so many American business owners were willing to walk away from free money - I would have laughed at them.
"There's no way, it's never gonna happen" - I would have told them.
Yet, here we are - several years later, with a pandemic relief program that's literally just giving away free money, and tons of employers either don't know, don't care, or just can't be bothered.
If you're on this page, I assume you must care about claiming free money - and personally, I want to see every last dollar get claimed from the IRS, so I'm gonna tell you about the fastest, easiest, and most risk-free way I've found to maximize your rebate.
It's a service called ERTC Express, which helps small businesses to maximize and claim their pandemic relief funds. The cool part though - if there's anything cooler than getting free money - is that you can use a free, no-obligation calculator tool on their website to estimate your rebate, fast.
If you don't know how much you might be eligible for, you should probably find out. Just use the calculator near the bottom of the page at http://ercrefundsuccess.com/
Worried that you're not eligible? Don't be.
After how many rounds of changes the ERTC has gone through, practically everyone can qualify, even if you already received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. If you're one of the rare few that isn't eligible though, there's no harm in using the calculator to find out. Since it's free with no obligation, the most it can cost you is a few minutes of your time - and it only asks 10 simple questions.
It's definitely worth a few minutes, because we're talking about some pretty hefty rebates.
You might remember when the ERTC program first started, you could claim up to $5,000 per employee - which was a pretty good deal. Now though, you can claim up to $26,000 per employee, with no upper limit on funding - and that's huge.
Of course, I'm just a guy who wants to help everyone claim their rebates, not a specialist, so I got in contact with an expert, to ask their opinion.
ERTC Express field agent Sally Nash explained: “We have discovered that there are many misconceptions surrounding the ERC program and many businesses who have been affected by Covid believe that they are not eligible when, in fact, they are. There are so many ways to qualify, and I would encourage anybody unsure to go ahead and fill in a quick calculator to find out.”
Why ERTC Express though? I'll tell you.
They use a triply redundant system to ensure that every client receives their maximum allowable refund. Instead of using software or foreign accounting services, they have 3 American ERTC specialist CPAs work individually to calculate each rebate. That way even if one, or two, make mistakes - you're still going to get your hands on the maximum allowable amount. While it's hard to say for certain, it's estimated that their client's refunds are 40% - 120% higher than many of their competitors.
That's not the only reason, of course, just my favorite. Here's another good one.
After your application is submitted, rebates will be delivered directly to you, not ERTC Express, and you won't pay a single penny until after you receive the money. If for any reason you don't receive it - for example, if the IRS declines it for some reason, then it's totally free, and you don't pay a thing.
Even though individual rebates will vary, you can claim up to $26,000 per employee, with no upper limit on funding. Obviously, I can't estimate your total rebate as I'm writing this, but I can tell you that the "average small business" is receiving rebates of about $150,000 - and some businesses have been able to claim rebates of more than $2 million.
It's hard to think of any reason why someone wouldn't want to apply, it's free money with zero risk, and the application process is super easy - so I can only assume many business owners don't know about this option.
I don't want to tell you what to do, but if you have friends or contacts with small to medium-sized businesses that also may not know about this, maybe point them toward this blog, or straight to ERTC Express, so they can claim a refund too.
You don't have to worry about the funding running out - because there are still billions of dollars left to be claimed, so feel free to shout it from the rooftops.
You can also tell them this bit, which Ms. Nash explained, “There’s no payment required to get started and our specialist and experienced CPA team handle all the complex filing requirements. Find out if you are leaving money on the table in just a few minutes.”
If there's any easier way to get a check "From" the IRS, instead of sending one "To" them - I don't know it.
Find out how much you can claim, the easy way, at http://ercrefundsuccess.com/