Find out if you’re eligible for up to $26,000 per employee in tax refunds, absolutely free. It only takes a minute, and there’s zero cost or risk.
Do you know what you call a computer that's way up in the clouds?
Hilarious, I know - but I chose that joke for a good reason, because just like a computer way up in the clouds, sometimes a "high tech" solution just isn't that useful.
In fact, when it comes to claiming your tax credits, which is why I assume you're reading this blog - you may want to avoid the fancy high-tech approach, and go with a good old-fashioned human approach.
Why? That's simple - if you've seen all the recent news about high-tech tools, you've probably also heard how often they get things wrong.
I don't know about you, but when I send paperwork to the IRS, I want to be absolutely, 100% sure that it's correct - and for that, I want a human expert.
Those human experts, they found something interesting recently - and it's important.
With all the changes made to the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) program, just about any small or medium-sized business can qualify.
Even yours. Even if you didn't qualify back in 2020, or if you already received PPP loans.
All you have to do to find out for sure is answer a few quick questions on this Fundwise eligibility test, which is 100% free, with no obligation.
You can find the free eligibility test, more information about the ERC program, and a fast application service at http://www.easyfund.site/
The free eligibility checking tool is available to any US-based employer and does not require any proprietary business information. After completing the assessment, you'll find out if you qualify for rebates, and approximately how much you may be eligible for.
It's the easiest way to estimate your refund because there are no one-size-fits-all answers.
The Fundwise application service can help you claim up to $26,000 per employee, which is not a loan and never requires repayment. The program also has no upper limit on funding, which has allowed some employers to claim as much as $2 million - though research suggests that the average small business receives a rebate closer to $150,000 - that's still nothing to sneeze at.
It doesn't matter if you didn't qualify before, because the rules have all changed. Fundwise can help even if you run a startup, a new business founded during the pandemic, or a non-profit organization. To qualify, your company must have had between 5 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during 2020 or 2021, and have been affected by the pandemic in some way. That's it.
Your business may qualify if it suffered significant financial losses compared to the same fiscal quarter of the previous year, or had to reduce its operating capacity for any pandemic-related reasons. Some examples of this include lockdowns, limited indoor seating capacity, supply chain shortages, and remote working limitations.
If you think there's even a tiny chance that you may qualify, it's definitely worth taking the eligibility assessment, because as I said, it's 100% free with no obligation, only takes a minute to complete, and could help you claim hundreds of thousands of dollars in refunds from the IRS, with no strings attached.
If you've already qualified for PPP loans, then you almost certainly qualify for ERC rebates too. It's that easy.
Just make sure that you get your application submitted before the deadline because this is an opportunity that isn't likely to repeat anytime soon.
Visit http://www.easyfund.site/ to find out if you qualify, and to get your maximum allowable rebate, the easy way.