Damiens Law today announced the official launch of its help with qualifying for the Employer Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) service. Rumors are already starting to circulate among observers and observers within the business owner world, as the date of the help with qualifying for the Employer Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) service draws near. Damiens Law has also released three things fans, reviewers and critics can expect from inception time in 2022.
The first thing folks should expect is a big improvement in tax credits from the taxes they paid during 2020. Damiens Law makes this happen by helping businesses make sure they qualify properly and fill out all the necessary paperwork for the IRS to ensure they get their money. This is to be expected from a business that places this much value on helping businesses succeed and be as prepared as possible for tax season.
As well as that, Damiens Law will celebrate this current tax credit by helping any businesses who are curious about the ERTC tax credit to see if they qualify and have the proper tax planning in place. It is their hope that this will not only help businesses to get a financial break from what the last few years have brought and also ensure they are doing it properly, so they do not get tagged with having to pay back the tax credit at a later date.
Finally, observers of the industry, they’ll be interested to know what went into the development of the help with qualifying for the Employer Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) service. It has taken months following the initial Covid-19 shutdown to put together, from start to finish, from the initial idea to the fully implementing of the service and be able to gather the information necessary for clients to get the full benefits of it.
Joseph Damiens, attorney at Damiens Law, also wanted to add “It is important to go with a tax representative that understands this tax break fully. People tend to gravitate towards ‘the new hot thing’ and everybody and their mother jumps in. There are a lot of people that are filing claims that shouldn’t be filed – just to get people credits. I mean, the IRS has extended audit periods on these up to five years now, recently, so that they can go back and double-check these. I think a lot of people that filed, that should not have filed, will get hit and end up owing the money that they received back to the IRS.”
Damiens Law works to provide its clients with guidance, especially regarding new tax breaks.
For further information about Damiens Law or help with qualifying for the Employer Retention Tax Credit (ERTC), it can all be discovered at https://www.damienslaw.com/
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