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* All documents need to be in the original PDF format except for the Payroll Journal (Excel or .csv only), and the screenshots of the PPP forgiveness as mentioned above. No images, pngs, jpgs, scans, or scanned copies of PDFs or Excel spreadsheets. If they are in these prohibited formats, they'll be rejected and asked to resubmit them in the original PDF or Excel format. If you need help with the PDF format, please ask us, we're here to help!
W-3 for 2019
Form 941's for all quarters (Q2 2020 to Q3 2021)
For Year 2020 - PPP#1 Forgiveness Application - Form 3508 / 3508S / 3508EZ
For Year 2021 - PPP#2 Forgiveness Application - Form 3508 / 3508S / 3508EZ
Payroll Journal from 3/1/20 to 12/31/21
Millions of Dollars Already Secured!
Business Consulting Firm in Newport Beach, California, 19 W-2 Employees;
Restaurant Ownership Group in Florida,
224 W-2 Employees;
Presentation Design Agency in Nashville, TN,
19 W-2 Employees;
Montessori School in Addison, Illinois,
35 W-2 Employees;
Restaurant in Houston, Texas,
80 W-2 Employees;
C. E., Church Financial Manager, Virginia
I had previously heard about the Employee Retention Tax Credit but was skeptical of what seemed too good to be true.I was referred by a church member who assured me of their reputability. It took less than a month to find out that our church was eligible for a mid-six figure tax credit! I am so appreciative of the support provided by the team at ERTC.com and the excellent communication throughout the process.
Bob K., BBQ Restaurant, Missouri
Our restaurant had a phenomenal experience working with the team at ERTC.com. In less than 3 weeks, we discovered we were eligible for over $400k in tax credits! I still can’t believe this is real!
Michael L., Multi-location Retail Franchisee, Georgia
I admit we had no idea about the Employee Retention Tax Credit before speaking to Traci at ERTC.com. In just over 6 weeks, we learned that we qualified for $773k in total rebates!
Betsy W., Transportation Company CFO, California
Our transportation company qualified for over $500k in total ERTC credits. ERTC.com went the extra mile for us – patiently answering our questions. I really appreciate our account manager Lehman who guided us through each step of the process.
We Had No Revenue Decline
Revenue is one of many factors that determine whether you qualify for ERTC. In fact, companies without a considerable revenue decline can still qualify for the employee retention tax credit.
Our Business Is Not Essential
Your business does not have to be deemed essential to qualify for employee retention tax credit.
We Have Received A Paycheck Protection Program Loan Before
Companies that have received one or both PPP fundings are eligible for the employee retention tax credit.
We Never Shut Down Our Business
The ERTC tax incentive has several provisions that make it possible for employers who were not forced to completely shut down their business to qualify for the ERTC. Businesses that were forced to partially shut down their business can make a claim. Additionally, those businesses without a government mandate to shut down or partially shut down their business can still qualify through revenue decline.
Our Revenue Went Up After A Shift In The Market
Although your revenue increased for the year, many companies experienced declines in one or more quarters in 2020 and/or 2021 when compared to 2019. These short-term revenue declines allow you to qualify even with increased annual revenues.
It’s Too Late To Apply For The ERTC
If eligible, employers can claim the ERTC for qualified wages paid in 2020, as well as Q1, Q2, and Q3 of 2021. The statute of limitations for the 2020 ERTC does not close until April 15, 2024. The statute of limitations for the 2021 ERTCs does not close until April 15, 2025.
Determining whether you fit the eligibility criteria
Reviewing finances and gross receipts for 2019, 2020, and 2021
Preparation and filing of all necessary federal tax forms and related documentation
Collaborating with your payroll firm to gather documents necessary
Audit support for all periods
Assess viability and facilitate obtaining advance funding for ERTC claim
Please take a look at the answers to our frequently asked questions on ERTCs at a glance.
WHAT IS THE EMPLOYEE RETENTION TAX CREDIT (ERTC) AND HOW IS IT DIFFERENT FROM THE PAYROLL PROTECTION PROGRAM (PPP)?
I GOT PPP FUNDS ALREADY. CAN I ALSO GET ERTC?
HOW DO I APPLY FOR ERTC TAX CREDITS?
MY REVENUE IN Q1 2021 IS BACK TO PRE-PANDEMIC LEVELS - SO I MUST BE INELIGIBLE - RIGHT?
I THOUGHT PAYROLL TAXES DEFERRED IN 2020 HAD TO BE RE-PAID. DOES ERTC WORK THE SAME WAY?
WHY ISN'T MY BANK (OR MY CPA) TALKING ABOUT THIS?
WHAT ABOUT MY PAYROLL SERVICE PROVIDER? SHOULDN'T THEY BE ON TOP OF THIS?
WILL MY TAX CPA HANDLE THIS FOR ME SINCE THEY HANDLE MY INCOME TAX RETURNS?
MY BOOKKEEPER HAS ALL MY INFO . . . CAN THEY HANDLE MY ERTC CLAIMS?
I thought the ERTC tax credit was only available in 2020?
Can I receive ERTC funds for Q4 2021?
How much will I get from claiming the ERTC tax incentive?
What is employee retention tax credit qualified wages?
How long will it take for me to receive my employee retention tax credit?
Do I have to pay back the employee retention credit I receive?
Am I still eligible for the ERTC if I applied for an additional tax credit or received a loan?
How will my ERTC be calculated if I provide my employees with health insurance?
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