Though most business owners have heard of the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program, it’s estimated that 80% or more may be eligible for rebates, which still have not been claimed. This updated rebate application service from Fundwise uses a team of attorneys, CPAs, and financial experts to ensure each client receives their maximum allowable tax refund.
More information about ERTC rebate applications, the maximum allowable tax refund, and Fundwise, can be found at http://www.easyfund.site
The ERTC program has been expanded to include almost any small or medium-sized American business, as long as it was affected by the pandemic in some way. Employers can use a no-cost, no-obligation assessment on the Fundwise website to determine if they qualify and to receive an estimate of the funding they may have available.
Any business that had 500 or fewer W-2 employees on the payroll during the pandemic may apply, including startups and non-profit organizations, such as churches, performing arts centers, and clinics. Businesses may claim as much as $26,000 per employee, with no upper limit on funding, and no restrictions on how the money can be spent.
New businesses founded during the pandemic may also qualify, though they have a unique set of guidelines, and could be eligible for as much as $100,000. To apply as a Recovery Startup Business, a business must have gross receipts of less than $1 million, and at least one employee who is not a family member or 50% owner.
The program has also been expanded to include businesses that have already received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). However, unlike the PPP, rebates claimed through ERTC are not a loan, and never require repayment.
To claim rebates, employers only have to fill out a brief application on the Fundwise website, and the ERTC team will handle the calculations and complete the paperwork. Every business will receive a no-cost, no-risk estimate of their available rebates before an application is completed, and a check in the mail from the IRS when their rebate is approved.
Though individual rebates will vary, the average small business has been claiming approximately $150,000, which never needs to be repaid. With no upper limit on funding, some businesses have claimed more than $2 million.
More information about no-cost funding estimates, the fast application process, and Fundwise can be found at http://www.easyfund.site
9311 Rippling Fields Dr
Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Boston New Times journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.