Employee Retention Credit Application Service & Eligibility Assessment Updated
Business owners can use the updated rebate assessment from ERTC Express to determine if they qualify for pandemic relief funds and to have three ERTC specialist CPAs calculate their maximum allowable refund.
More information can be found at http://ercrefundsuccess.com
ERTC Express has opened its fast application service to businesses of all types, allowing startups, non-profit organizations, and new businesses founded during the pandemic to apply. While individual rebates will vary, their team of ERTC specialist CPAs provides three individual assessments for each employer, to ensure they are receiving the maximum allowable amount.
Businesses that are still struggling to recover from the recent pandemic may also apply, using the ERTC Express no-risk, no-upfront-fee policy, which provides equal access to all employers. This program allows any business to claim their rebates from the IRS, with no cost until after they have received their rebate, and no cost at all if they do not qualify for any reason.
Using the most recent ERTC guidelines, the CPA team can help almost any business to qualify, as long as it had between 3 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during the recent pandemic. While businesses must be able to show that they were negatively affected by the pandemic to receive a rebate, this can be shown through financial losses, temporary closures, or several types of restrictions caused by remote work, reduced indoor capacity, or supply chain shortages.
The CPA team can also help employers to access rebates if they were previously disqualified for having too many employees, operating the wrong type of business, or being enrolled in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). With the latest changes, employers can access ERTC refunds even if they have received one or both rounds of PPP funding.
Employers can use a simple no-cost, no-obligation eligibility assessment on the ERTC Express website to determine if they qualify. After completing the 10-question assessment, employers will receive a link to the CPA team’s fast application service and an approximation of their available funding.
While the average small business has been receiving rebates of approximately $150,000, with no upper limit on funding, some businesses have been able to claim upwards of $2 million.
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. 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.”
More information about the no-cost eligibility assessment, fast application service, and funding estimates can be found at http://ercrefundsuccess.com
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