Many businesses struggled during the pandemic. If you were one of them, you may qualify for the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). Fill out the questionnaire below to get started.
The ERC program can be a little bit complicated. But we've broken things down so it's easier for you to understand.
In order to best determine your ERC eligibility, we encourage you to review the IRS's notices and procedures and frequently asked questions. Then, if you believe you're qualified, there are several ways to file your claim.
Here's the thing: we're payroll experts, and we know how to calculate Employee Retention Credits. There's a lot of rules that govern these calculations, and you don't want to mess them up and leave money on the table.
✝This number is based on client averages and does not a guarantee any specific credit amount.
Most businesses already have a CPA. They are also able to help you file for the ERC program. But there are some things you need to consider before asking them for their help with your ERC claim.
If you don't want to pay anyone else to do it, you can always calculate and file for your ERC return(s) yourself. While there are definitely some pros to this method, it might not be the best idea.