Calculating your ERTC rebates can be a real nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be. This new calculator tool makes it quick, easy, and accurate – and best of all there’s absolutely no commitment.
Since 2020 the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program has been handing out free money to small business owners, but many employers still haven't applied either because they don't know they're eligible, or they don't know how to calculate their rebates.
Just because it's a little complicated, that shouldn't stop you from signing up and getting a check in the mail from the IRS.
This new calculator can help you easily figure out how much you can claim in rebates for 2020 and 2021, in just a few minutes.
If your business has fewer than 500 full-time W-2 employees, you're probably eligible for a rebate, even if you've already received a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Don't take my word for it though, use the new rebate calculator launched by ScottHall.co to find out how much you're eligible for, the easy way.
Visit https://scotthall.co/recommends/ertc-calculator to calculate your rebate right now, and maximize your tax credits.
The new rebate calculator factors in several rounds of amendments to the ERTC program that have expanded the eligibility, and increased the amount you can claim in rebates. To qualify for the program, your business must have 500 or fewer employees, and have been affected by the pandemic financially, or through lockdowns.
Do you run a non-profit organization, such as a church, clinic, or school? No problem, the ERTC rebate calculator can still help. Startups and new businesses founded during the pandemic can also use it to calculate their tax credits, even if they were not eligible under the original ERTC requirements. The new calculator can also help if you have already received PPP loans, after changes in the Consolidated Appropriations Act made allowed employers to enroll in both pandemic relief programs.
Once you use the new rebate calculator, you will also be able to enroll in the 15 Minute Refund program, a fast rebate service that is only available from a single firm of ERTC specialist CPAs. The program guarantees every employer their maximum allowable rebate, with a time commitment of 15 minutes or less, and audit-proof documentation for IRS support.
While you may not be eligible for rebates for every fiscal quarter of the ERTC program, the calculator tool can help you determine which fiscal quarters you are eligible for, and how your rebates add up. The calculator can also connect you with an ERTC specialist to determine which factors may affect your rebate, such as paid sick or family leave, and other health expenses.
Try the ERTC tax credit calculator today with absolutely no commitment. It requires no financial or technical expertise and can be completed in only a few minutes.
There may be billions of dollars left unclaimed still in ERTC rebates, but more businesses are applying every day. Calculate your rebate and file a claim soon, to save your spot in line.
Visit https://employeetaxrefund.com and look near the bottom of the page to find the easy ERTC calculator tool.