The new services were launched for businesses with five to 200 full-time W-2 employees whose operations have been affected by pandemic lockdowns. The services will help business owners check their eligibility and apply for the ERTC.
More details are available at https://taxcreditchecks.com
With the announcement, the company strives to bring the benefits of the ERTC to as many eligible businesses as possible, so they can regain some of the capital they lost during the lockdowns before the program ends on December 31, 2025.
The ERTC is a legal, ethical way for small business owners with two to 500 W-2 employees to claim a tax credit of up to $26,000 per employee. Business owners who received Paycheck Protection Plan (PPP) loans may also apply for the ERTC. Unlike PPP loans, there is no need for applicants to repay this credit.
The company will walk applicants through the ERTC qualification process. To get started, applicants need only connect TaxCreditChecks.com with their CPA or bookkeeper, complete a basic client questionnaire to see if they are eligible for the tax credits, and provide original 941 returns from their payroll provider.
The company’s new services are also intended to dispel common misconceptions about the ERTC. Potential applicants may believe they do not qualify because their business performed better during the pandemic or because they have already received a PPP loan. While these factors may be relevant to the qualification process, TaxCreditChecks.com wants business owners to know they still may be eligible.
TaxCreditChecks.com has assisted over 3,900 businesses with more than 175,000 employees to recover over $3.4 billion in credits.
A satisfied client said, “TaxCreditChecks.com was very diligent and detail-oriented walking us through the process of applying for and receiving the ERTC. The team was able to quickly prepare accurate documents and send them to the IRS in a few days.”
To find out more about TaxCreditChecks.com and the new service, please visit https://taxcreditchecks.com
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