Employee Retention Credit (ERC) Resource Center

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Are you looking to file for the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)?  Do you have concerns about your ERTC refund claim? Whether you need a second look, are facing an IRS audit or appeal, need assistance in obtaining your refund, or want to litigate your claim, our tax attorneys can help you.

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You mAY qualify for ERC if you have experienced any of the following:

✅ Full shutdowns
✅ Partial shutdowns
✅ Interrupted operations
✅ Supply chain interruptions
✅ Inability to access equipment
✅ Limited capacity to operate
✅ Inability to work with your vendors
✅ Reduction in services or goods offered to your customers
✅ Cut down in your hours of operation
✅ Shifting hours to increase sanitation of your facility

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Most payroll providers and other professionals do not have the time and resources needed to fully immerse themselves in the complex legislation and other moving parts of the ERTC. That is why we assembled a team of dedicated tax professionals who can work with business owners and financial officers to ensure that you optimize this important, but often misunderstood, tax credit. Even if you already obtained an opinion from another tax professional, we encourage you to spend some quality—and complimentary—time with our team.  After meeting with our team, you may find that a due diligence review increases your overall confidence in your claim; alternatively, you may discover additional ERC eligibility for quarters in which you did not experience a drop in revenue.

Email or call our team today for a no-cost ERC eligibility analysis. You owe it to yourself to make sure you are not leaving money on the table.

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Stuck waiting for your ERC refund? The Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) could help. Learn how TAS assists with IRS delays and expedites your claim.

You can take advantage of the Employee Retention Credit if you experienced:

full or partial shutdowns
DECREASE IN HOURS OF OPERATIONS
INTERRUPTION IN OPERATIONS OR SUPPLY CHAINS
REDUCTION IN SERVICES OR GOODS
SHIFTING HOURS TO INCREASE SANITATION OF YOUR FACILITY
INABILITY TO WORK WITH YOUR VENDORS

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Portfolio Companies

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Brewers, Distillers & Wineries

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Theaters & Live Arts

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Childcare & Behavior Centers

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Restaurants

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Event Venues/Hotels

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Non-Profit

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Medical/Dental

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Long-Term Care Facilities

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Law Firms

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Construction & Real Estate Developers

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Vending Machines

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Retail

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Private and Parochial Schools

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Cannabis

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Recovery Start Up Businesses

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Cosmetics and Beauty Industry

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Frequently Asked Questions

The ERC is a refundable tax credit for employers--introduced early in the COVID-19 pandemic to help employers keep their employees on payroll.

The Employee Retention Credit is claimed on a business's quarterly IRS payroll tax returns, based on wages paid to its employee during periods of the pandemic that the business experienced a suspension in operations or a significant decline in revenue.

Yes! The Employee Retention Tax Credit can be claimed on an amended quarterly payroll tax return up to three years from the due date of the original return.

Because of their ongoing pandemic-related backlog, the IRS is currently taking between 8-9 months to process Employment Retention Credit claims.

How do I apply for ERC credit? There are three steps.
1) Determine the business's eligibility.
2) Calculate the Qualified Wages paid by the business.
3) Claim the ERC on the business's amended quarterly payroll tax returns.

Yes. Small eligible employers can include wages paid to all employees (even including part-time employees).  Large eligible employers can only include those wages paid to employees for not providing services.

Per the CARES Act, whether a business is a large or small employer depends on whether “the average number of full-time employees employed during 2019 exceeded the applicable threshold amount.”

It is an employee who, with respect to any 2019 calendar month, worked either and average of at least 30 hours per week or 130 hours per month.

No. The IRS clarified that matter when it issued Notice 2021-49, stating:

“For purposes of determining whether an eligible employer is a large eligible employer or a small eligible employer, eligible employers are not required to include full-time equivalents when determining the average number of full-time employees.”

• The applicable threshold amount for the 2020 ERC is 100 or fewer full-time employees (as counted in 2019).
• The applicable threshold amount for the 2021 ERC is 500 or fewer full-time employees (as counted in 2019).
• For the 2020 ERC, a “small employer” is an employer that had an average of 100 or fewer full-time employees (as counted in 2019). Exceeding that amount results in large employer classification.
• For the 2021 ERC, a “small employer” is an employer that had an average of 500 or fewer full-time employees (as counted in 2019). Exceeding that amount results in large employer classification.

No. Read QAs #2-#5 and count only as instructed therein.

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