What is the ERC?
Beginning in 2020, the federal government implemented the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) in order to incentivize businesses to retain employees by offsetting payroll costs in the form of a tax credit.
Recent extensions and changes allow for more businesses to qualify for and take advantage of the credit.
Companies which experienced a significant decline in gross receipts during the calendar quarter or fully or partially suspended operations during 2020 or 2021 due to a government order may be eligible.
Your refund amount is based on a number of factors such as:
- Qualifying quarters
- Number of W2 employees
- Hours worked
- Government program participation
- PPP Loans
- Group health premiums
- Wages paid
How much credit is offered to eligible employers?
|Up to 50% of qualified wages (including qualified health plan expenses) paid to each employee
|Up to 70% of qualified wages (including qualified health plan expenses) paid to each employee
|$10,000 in maximum wages; therefore, maximum credit is $5,000 per employee
|$10,000 in maximum wages for each of calendar Q1, Q2 and Q3; therefore, maximum credit is $21,000 per employee
How do I file?
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Once your ERC eligibility is confirmed, your refund will be paid by the US Treasury.