Employee Retention Credit
Up to $28,000 Per Qualified Employee


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Employee Retention Credit

ERC is a tax credit against the employers share of certain payroll taxes. To qualify the firm must either have the requisite decline in revenue for any eligible quarter in 2020/2021 or have had a full or partial suspension under government orders.

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The employee retention tax credit is a fully refundable payroll tax credit that many businesses don't realize they are eligible for. These business owners are leaving hundreds of thousands of dollars on the table.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1How much can I receive under the Employee Retention Tax Credit?
ERTC is a fully refundable tax credit. For qualified wages paid from March 12, 2020 through December 31, 2020, ERTC can be applied to 50% of qualifying wages (which includes qualified health expenses) for eligible employees. Employers can claim 50% of up to $10,000 qualifying wages and health benefits per employee, with a maximum credit of $5000 per employee in 2020.
2What kinds of businesses qualify for Employee Retention Tax Credit?
Employers in a variety of industries may qualify for ERTC including education, government contractors, healthcare, hospitality, retail, industrial, not-for-profit, professional services, real estate, construction, technology, and more.
3Is my business eligible to receive both Paycheck Protection Program and Employee Retention Tax Credit?
The CARES Act included two programs to help businesses maintain their workforces: the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) administered by the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the ERTC administered by the IRS. Previously, applicants receiving a PPP loan during the initial round of relief could not also apply for ERTC tax credit, but the regulations have changed! Revisions to the CARES Act on December 27, 2020, under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, (CAA) permits qualifying parties to receive relief from both PPP loans and ERTC. Those who received PPP loans may qualify for ERTC retroactively to March 12, 2020.
4What is the maximum employee threshold in order to be eligible for the Employee Retention tax Credit?
To be eligible for ERTC in 2020, employers must employ 100 or fewer full-time employees, even if the employee was working. The employee threshold was expanded under the amended law. To be an eligible for ERTC in 2021, employers may employ 500 or fewer full-time employees, even if the employee was working.
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