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How Businesses Qualify

Let’s start by talking about how you qualify. One of the biggest myths about the ERC is that, in order to qualify, a business had to experience a drop in revenue during the pandemic.

That simply isn’t true. If a business had to change or adapt operations due to the pandemic (and almost all businesses did), then that business can qualify. These criteria may sound broad, but they were intended to be.
In fact, the IRS expected 80% of businesses to claim the ERC, according to Eric Hylton, former IRS commissioner of the Small Business Division. Congress’ intent in expanding the credit was to bring more dollars into the economy by infusing funds into small and medium-sized businesses that form the backbone of our country. In other words: They want you to take the money whether your business is doing well or not.

For most businesses, qualifying changes can include:

 Reducing hours of operations
 Full or partial facility shutdowns
 Not being able to access client sites
 The inability to work with vendors
 Supply chain disruptions

The list above is not exhaustive, but many businesses we’ve spoken with have experienced at least one of the above—supply chain issues being very common. Even if you didn’t have a drop in revenue or face a lockdown, you can still qualify if supplier and vendor disruptions had an impact on your operations.

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Information & Qualifications

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) - is an amazing program that is part of the CARES Act of 2020. It allows companies to receive a per employee stimulus funding based on earnings. The Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020, enacted December 27, 2020, amended and extended the employee retention credit (and the availability of certain advance payments of the tax credits) under section 2301 of the CARES Act until June 30, 2021. The American Rescue Plan Act, enacted March 11, 2021, added section 3134 to the Internal Revenue Code to amend and extend the employee retention credit (and the availability of certain advance payments of the tax credits) to December 31, 2021.

This is Not a Loan
Use Money how you Want
Treasury Check comes directly to You
Can also have taken a PPP1, PPP2 loan

The ERTC allows for up to a $26,000 per W2 employee and is calculated on an annual 2020 employee wage, and quarterly basis for 2021 employee wages.

Example of potential claim: A company with 12 fully qualified employees

12 X $26,000 = $312,000 claim back to the company by US Treasury checks sent directly to you!

A Few Basic Qualifiers

Employers that pay by W2 Businesses with under 100 employees for the 2020 credit and under 500 employees for the 2021 credit (schedule a call to understand the differences and how the 2020 100 employee range can be maximized over that number) For-Profit AND Non-Profit companies/organizations 2 - 500 Employees (we currently don't count ownership and immediate family employee status due to gray area in guidelines and we don't want you penalized for it)

Newly established businesses (from February 15, 2020 forward) can claim the ERTC for 2021 Q3 and Q4, if they haven't had gross receipts over $1,000,000 in the calendar year. (schedule a call for clarification)

Hurdles to Watch out for

We all like to save a buck when we can, but this isn't the time or place to save by trying to read and comprehend tax jargon to fill yourself. You've got one shot at getting things correct or the IRS will deny your claim which may be worth tens of thousands of dollars to you. If you don't use our Agency, please use a professional that has successfully filed ERTC claims already.

You might have a great CPA or Accountant that you've been with for years but if they haven't gotten you money with this program by now, chances are they don't fully understand how. We've worked with business owners that were told by their CPA they did not qualify, but fortunately for them they allowed us to look at their documents and qualified for THOUSANDS. We're not taking the place of your CPA, on the contrary, we're trying to work with them to help you claim the maximum amount you're entitled to because we are the specialists at what we do.

How Our Process Works

Contact us so we can talk to you about your company, activity, and how Covid hindered your business. This should only take about 15 minutes.
If you have the qualifications needed, we will request the proper documents from you to start your file and calculations. (941's, Employee Payroll reports, and Gross Revenue Receipts)

We will get back to you in 2-3 days with a claim amount.
We will send you a client agreement that lays out fees and services. We will Certify all paperwork, submit it to IRS for acceptance, and Treasury checks are mailed directly to you.


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