The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) is a refundable payroll tax credit created under the CARES Act that rewards employers for continuing to pay employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the IRS ERC processing pause, we offer ERTC Compliance Review and Advance Funding services to support businesses who may be questioning the validity of their filing, and those expecting their return.
Your small business may qualify for up to $26,000 per employee if you continued to pay W-2 workers in 2020 or 2021.
Our tax credit experts perform thorough due diligence to ensure your business meets official ERTC requirements. We maximize your tax refund while staying within the law, and provide a complete Substantiation Report that confirms your eligibility and credit calculations with thorough documentation, providing comprehensive support if your claim is ever reviewed or audited.
Discover if you qualify and how much credit you may be entitled to receive.
Many businesses filed for ERTC credits they don’t qualify for at the advice of dubious “ERC Mills.” IRS officials have warned business owners repeatedly about popup ERTC promoters, listing them on the 2023 Dirty Dozen. Auditors are now targeting companies that made improper ERTC claims, leaving businesses that filed with questionable providers at risk of tax penalties. Do you have documentation to substantiate your ERTC claim?
Our tax credit experts review your ERTC filing for IRS compliance, revealing any areas where substantiation is needed. Discover the benefits of reviewing your ERTC compliance.
Get your tax refund cash now. The IRS has temporarily paused ERTC processing, which may delay your refund delivery. For those who do not want to wait for processing to resume, an ERTC Bridge Loan is a viable option.
We offer simple 12-month bridge loans of up to 60% LTV of your anticipated ERTC refund amount to help you keep your business up and running while you wait. All you need to get started is a valid ERTC claim filed with the IRS.
Manage your expenses with an infusion of working capital to purchase new equipment, pay talented employees, or expand your business.