Most Business Owners Are Unaware That They Can Qualify To
Claim $26,000 Cash per W2 Employee
Using the IRS’ ERTC Program
- Qualify 1 of 3 Different Ways
(Revenue Reduction, Shutdowns, Supply Chain Disruptions)
- Get Money from the IRS, Even If You Got PPP
- No Cap on Refund. I.e. a 50 Employee Business Can Get $1.3 Million!
- No Up Front Fees. No Credit Check. Not a loan.
Take the 60 second Quiz to Find Out If You Qualify, and How Much You Can Get
You do not qualify for ERTC
Unfortunately, based on your answers it appears we can not help you at this time.
Can you afford to
miss out on ERTC funding?
By taking advantage of this program, you can receive valuable funding, support your employees, and secure your company’s future. Don’t hesitate – start exploring the ERTC program today!
- 70% of up to $10,000
With $5000 from 2020
Our process to
maximize your funding.
You apply online
Get a no risk, no obligation filling estimate through our simple online platform
We calculate your ERTC
Our efficient and experienced team will determine your maximum credit amount.
We file for you
Our experts complete your IRS filing for you, quickly and accurately, to get your funding ASAP.
You get your funds
Get your funding from the IRS directly, with minimal involvement needed from yourself.
It’s your money,
Get the money you’re owed and put it back into your business. You’ve earned this. The average refund we recover is $95,000. Click the button below now to see how much you qualify for.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC)?
Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) is a government-sponsored program aimed at helping businesses that retained their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Who Is Eligible for Employee Retention Tax Credit?
The Employee Retention Tax Credit is available to a wide range of employers, including businesses of all sizes and non-profit organizations. Contact us today to check if you qualify.
Can I Still Apply for ERTC in 2023?
Yes, you can still apply for the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) in 2023. The ERTC program was initially established as part of the CARES Act in 2020 and has been extended through 2021 and 2022, making it available to eligible employers for the next two years.