Employee Retention Credit

Do you own a business and have employees?

Did you receive an Employee Retention Credit Refund?

Get your ERC Tax Refund Checks from the IRS.
No upfront fee and Free Analysis.
It’s not a Loan. You don’t have to Pay it back.
80% of businesses are qualified. Don’t miss out.

Claim your COVID Payroll Refund

  • Up to $26,000 per employee
  • Qualify with a Revenue Decline or Full or Partial Suspension of operations due to Governmental Orders
  • You can receive refunds even if you received PPP
  • No upfront fees

How it Works:

File Claim

We analyze your claim and submit the paperwork on your behalf

Get Your Money

Receive up to $26,000 per employee that you don’t have to pay back to the IRS

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See if you qualify!

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What is the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)

The ERTC (Employee Retention Tax Credit) is a one-time Federal refundable tax credit which was created by the CARES Act on March 20, 2020, and modified by the Relief Act of 2021, American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 and Infrastructure Investment of 2021.


To qualify, the employer has to meet one of two alternative tests. The tests are calculated each calendar quarter – Either the employer’s business is fully or partially suspended by government order due to COVID-19 during the calendar quarter or the employer’s Quarterly gross receipts of 2020 are below 50% of the comparable quarter in 2019 and 20% of 2021.

Credit Amount 2020

Generally speaking, your business may claim up to 50% of wages (up to $10,000) per employee paid March 13, 2020, and December 31, 2020 (maximum credit of $5,000 per employee).

Credit Amount 2021

Beginning January 1, 2021, to September 30, 2021, you may claim up to 70% of wages (maximum credit of $7,000 per employee per quarter, maximum wages of $10,000 per employee per quarter). The ERC may be claimed on qualified wages regardless if the employee works or not.

Qualified Wages

Qualified employee’s wages are those that were not paid with PPP monies.

The ERTC is a multi-step, multi-year process which affects your business payroll tax returns, business income tax returns and personal income tax returns. The ERTC requires qualification of the employer, qualification of the employee, identifying and separating qualified wages, performing calculations, amending payroll tax returns and business returns and maintaining records.

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ERC Filing Deadlines

All quarters of 2020 must be filed by April 15, 2024.

All quarters of 2021 must be filed by April 15, 2025.

Documents Required to Process the Credit:

  1. Quarterly Profit and loss Statements or the Gross Revenue for past 3 years
  2. Quarterly payroll tax returns all Qtrs
  3. Quarterly TWC Report all Qtrs
  4. Quarterly Payroll Summaries
  5. Detail of wages used for Paycheck Protection Program
  6. Forms 7200 for Advance ERTC if claimed
  7. Details of PPP Received and Forgiven. (Dates & Amounts of Received and Forgiven). Please provide copies of the application if you have.
  8. Names of the Owners and Relative worked as employees.

How long does it take for the ERC Refund to arrive?

The IRS was previously expecting to provide refunds between six weeks to six months after the revised payroll reports were filed.

You can expect a four to six-month turn around time for a refund to arrive.
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ERC Information Sheet

Full Name



Business Name

Do you own any other businesses?

If you own additional businesses, please list their names below:

Did you pay W2 wages in 2020 or 2021?

Wages paid to individuals that own 50% or more of the business, as well as their family members, do not qualify for this credit. If you have anyone that meets this criteria and does not qualify, please list their full names below. If this does not apply to you, please respond N/A.

How many full-time employees did you average in 2019?

Did you receive PPP loan?

How did you hear about us?

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