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WHAT IS THE ERC?

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) is a type of tax credit that is treated like a cash rebate on your payroll costs. When calculated properly, the IRS can issue up to 50–70% of your qualified payroll expenses.

At first, the rules surrounding stimulus aid prevented businesses from receiving funds through multiple stimulus programs at once, such as the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) or the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL). But the rules have changed and now thousands of businesses are eligible to qualify for the ERC program, even if they already received past pandemic relief funds of any kind.

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What is ERC / FAQ’s

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) is a tax credit that can be considered as a cash rebate on your payroll expenses, as the IRS can provide up to 50-70% of your qualified payroll expenses when correctly calculated. Initially, the regulations on stimulus aid barred businesses from receiving funds from more than one stimulus program simultaneously, such as the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) or the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL). However, the guidelines have been updated, and now numerous businesses can qualify for the ERC program, even if they have previously obtained pandemic relief funds of any sort.

Help With Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) and FAQ’s

The ERC tax credit is a grant that Congress sanctioned for businesses that were affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Initially, the ERC was not applicable to numerous businesses. However, with the implementation of new regulations, many businesses that suffered from COVID-19’s impact are eligible to receive significant relief funds, amounting to tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars, in addition to any Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) or Economic Injury Disaster (EIDL) loans they may have already received. This presents a significant opportunity for businesses to recoup losses incurred as a result of the pandemic.

How Does Your Business Qualify for The ERC Tax Credit from the IRS?

Any employer that meets one of the following three conditions is a potential
candidate for the ERC tax credit:
1. The business was fully or partially suspended due to a government
order, with a more than nominal impact on the business.
2. The business experienced a significant decline in gross receipts for any
one quarter in 2020 or 2021, compared to that same quarter of 2019.
3. The business was started/opened after February 15th, 2020, and has
an annual revenue of less than $1 million.
Remember – the business must meet only one of the three tests to qualify for
the credit. For example, about every sit-down restaurant would qualify for the
credit under the first test since their indoor dining capacity was limited (which
counts as a partial shutdown) by a government order throughout the
pandemic in practically every state in the nation.
This means that since they meet the first test, they don’t have to worry about
meeting the other two. Even if sales are up and better than before, they would
still get the credit.

What Does the ERC Tax Credit Mean for Your Business?

The ERC is what’s known as a “refundable” tax credit calculated based on the
wages you paid employees. It’s called a tax credit, but think of it more like a
rebate on your payroll costs. The government will pay you back up to 50% –
70% of your payroll.
If your business qualifies for the ERC tax credit, you could receive as much as
$26,000 per employee and this money does not have to be paid back.
Additionally, there are no rules for how it’s spent

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You could receive up to $26,000 per employee as a cash rebate! Unlike other COVID assistance programs, you still have time to apply for the ERC program. The sooner you apply, the sooner you can get your money.

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Get Help From ERC Experts

If your company has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of production or workforce, you may qualify for an employee retention tax credit. However, the rules are complicated and difficult to understand. Fortunately, the ERC experts at The ERC Center are available to help you. Our highly trained team has in-depth knowledge of the ERC tax code and will work with you to determine if your business qualifies and guide you through the entire process, eliminating any confusion about the rules and regulations. This way, you will know exactly what tax credits you are eligible to receive.

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