The site offers detailed guidance on the history and eligibility of the program – helping businesses to better understand their position – and a team of accountants offers pre-qualification prior to filing for Covid-19 financial aid.
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The new site has been introduced amid fresh concern from small business owners now that the ERTC claims deadline is approaching. Applications will not be processed after April 2024 or April 2025, depending on whether businesses were impacted in 2020 or 2021.
The ERTC was introduced in 2020 as part of the CARES Act to incentivize employers to keep workers on payroll during COVID-19. Eligible employers can receive up to $26,000 back per employee. However, many small business owners remain unaware of the program or else have been prevented from applying due to the complex application process.
With ERTC Guy, site visitors can submit basic information to determine if they are eligible for ERTC. There is no upfront cost for this pre-qualification service, as the expert team only collects payment after the client has received their refund.
The site also offers advice on gathering the necessary documentation and step-by-step filing instructions. Previous clients have received refunds as high as $773,000 by following this guidance. The credit applies retroactively, so even employers who have already filed taxes can amend returns to claim ERTC.
Unlike a loan, the ERTC does not need to be repaid. The funds can be used for any business expense such as payroll, rent, supplies, or other operating costs. With many small businesses still recovering from pandemic disruptions, this cash infusion can provide welcome relief.
As the deadline to amend returns approaches, ERTC Guy cautions that delays in processing could affect refund delivery. Those needing support can consult the site’s extensive resources or reach out for personalized assistance.
A spokesperson states: “Refundable tax credits, like the ERTC, have several advantages for businesses. For instance, if a company’s credit amount surpasses its total tax liability, it will receive a cash refund. This additional financial assistance helps ease burdens and promotes employee retention.”
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