Employee Retention Credit
The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was created by Congress to help employers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The ERC is a refundable payroll tax credit. Tax Strategy Pro has helped business owners recover nearly half a Billion dollars.
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What are government tax credits?
In order to provide economic relief to businesses and individuals during the Coronavirus pandemic, the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act was signed into law in March 2020. This $370 billion stimulus package makes funding available to small companies, which can be used to allow certain employers who retain employees during the crisis, to claim a tax credit. This tax credit is known as the Employee Retention Credit (ERC).
2020: CARES Act
2021: Covid-19 Relief Package
Could you be forfeiting money? It’s your money!
Many think this is another loan or something they’re not entitled to. That’s simply not true. This is a refund to you of YOUR money that you’ve already paid in order to help your business.
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We recently recovered $51k for a construction company (9 employees) for one quarter.
There are 2 ways a business can qualify:
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Only 14% of all businesses that are eligible have claimed their recovery.
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Don't take our word for it, Just look at some of the amazing recoveries we've helped clients with!
Private School, Midwestern US
RECOVERY AMOUNT: $1,503,052.02
Manufacturing Company, Ohio
RECOVERY AMOUNT: $1,198,088.04
Auto Sales & Service (Dealership), Connecticut
RECOVERY AMOUNT: $1,075,378.09
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Here are some ERTC myths uncovered
I don’t qualify for the ERC because I don’t have a significant decline in gross receipts
For purposes of the ERC, an eligible employer must be able to reflect that EITHER the business had operations that were fully or partially suspended OR experienced a significant decline in gross receipts. To be an eligible employer for the ERC they must only meet one of these tests. It is an “OR” test.
My business is operating so I cannot qualify as having full or partial shutdown due to governmental authority.
Not so fast. There are a variety of ways where a business is considered subject to a partial shutdown. Two of the most common examples often missed are instances where operational hours are limited or where suppliers of an essential business are suspended due to governmental orders.
Governmental orders include an order from a local official imposing a curfew on residents that impacts the operating hours of a trade or business for a specified period.
Only small companies, with fewer than 500 employees, can qualify for the 2021 ERC.
An employer that averaged greater than 500 full-time employees in 2019 can only evaluate wages paid to employees for not providing services. Sometimes this statement discourages large employers, but this requires a closer look. Remember that qualified wages include the employer’s contribution of qualified health plan expenses. Therefore, qualified health plan expenses paid by the employer for furloughed employees would be included as a qualified wage for large employers. In addition, the wages paid to employees who weren’t working full time may also be considered. For example, assume you continue to pay someone their full salary even though they are only working 25 hours a week. The compensation for the “non-working” 15 hours a week could be considered a qualified wage for a larger employer. Documentation surrounding these conclusions will be key.
The business is over 500 employees for PPP, so the business is also considered to have over 500 employees for ERC.
Maybe. The rules governing employee headcount for PPP loans falls under the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) guidelines. Under SBA guidelines, an employer must calculate the average number of people employed for each pay period over the business’s latest 12 calendar months. Any person on the payroll must be included as one employee regardless of hours worked or temporary status. Therefore, regardless if an employee worked 5 hours or 40 hours, they would be counted as 1 employee for PPP.