Use A Free ERTC Calculator & Pandemic Relief Application For SMBs With PPP Loans

Apr 28, 2023

Did you know some businesses have claimed millions of dollars in ERTC rebates? If you had employees on the payroll during the pandemic, you probably qualify. There’s no repayment, no risk, and no up-front fees to apply, so you can’t possibly lose.

I normally like to start my blogs with a joke - but just this once, let's try a super easy thought experiment instead.

Imagine for a moment that there were hundreds of thousands of dollars, maybe even millions, just sitting on a table.

The money is yours - it belongs to you with no restrictions, no repayments, and no strings attached.

All you have to do is claim it as yours, and put it in your pocket - would you walk out the door and leave it on the table?

Obviously not, right? Well, if you haven't claimed your Employee Retention Credit (ERC) rebates yet, that's exactly what you're doing.

That money is yours, literally, all you have to do is claim it. LP Consulting can even make it easy, with a free eligibility check, a fast rebate calculator, and a team of ERC specialist CPAs that can help you to complete the paperwork, risk-free.

Interested? Why not find out if you're eligible first, it only takes a minute.

Just visit and answer 10 easy questions to find out, absolutely free, and with no obligation.

The eligibility checking tool makes it easier for you to claim the maximum allowable rebate, even if you have already received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). You may now be able to claim as much as $26,000 per employee in rebates, with no restrictions on how the funds can be spent, and no upper limit on funding.

Sound too good to be true? Just wait, we haven't even gotten to the best parts yet!

The application process requires only 15 minutes from you, the business owner, to provide documents to the CPA team and answer some basic questions. The CPA team will use that information to calculate your maximum allowable rebate, complete all the required paperwork, and they'll even help you to file for a rebate.

Now, this is important, and I can't stress it enough.

Rebates claimed through LP Consulting are not a deferral or loan, never require repayment, and can be spent with no restrictions. These funds are provided by the federal government as reimbursement for wages that you have already paid during the recent pandemic.

Or to put that another way - it's free money from the government, and I know that sounds like a joke, but it isn't.

The experts suggest that the average small business rebate is approximately $150,000, but individual rebates can vary widely. With no upper limit on funding, some businesses have been able to claim more than $2 million in rebates, which never need to be repaid.

Let's repeat that, just to be clear. There is no upper limit on funding, so, with enough employees, you could be eligible for millions of dollars, in free money - all you have to do is claim it.

If your business had between 5 and 500 W-2 staff members on the payroll during the pandemic, you probably qualify. They can even help startups, new businesses, and non-profit organizations to qualify, so no matter what kind of business you run, take the free eligibility check, just in case.

Of course, these are "pandemic relief funds," so if your business is still struggling from the pandemic, that's alright. It wouldn't be fair to make you pay first to access funds that are supposed to provide financial relief, right?


To ensure equal access to pandemic relief funds, LP Consulting provides eligibility and calculation services at no charge, and application services with no risk, and no up-front fees.

What that means is that any business that does not qualify or does not receive a rebate will not be charged - so you can't possibly lose.

Even if your business does receive a rebate, you will not be charged until after you have received a check in the mail from the IRS - so you can use your relief funds to pay the small application fee.

It's a win-win for everyone... except maybe the IRS since they have to write all those checks - but that's alright with me, they deserve it.

Do your part to make those buggers work harder.

Claim your check for the maximum allowable rebate at

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