ERTC Client Wins
Sports ShopQualified For: 2021 Q
Hotel Management FirmQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3, Q4
Recreation VenueQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3, Q4
Auto Repair ShopQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3, Q4
Hotel BrandQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3, Q4 and 2021 Q1, Q2
Farm & RanchQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3, Q4 and 2021 Q3
Answers To All Your ERTC Questions
The Employee Retention Credit is a refundable tax credit that was introduced in the 2020 CARES Act to provide relief to employers who retained staff during COVID-19.
Following its initial enactment, the ERC was updated by the Relief Act, the American Rescue Plan, and the Infrastructure and Jobs Act.
Yes, the CARES Act was retroactively updated in 2021 to allow PPP recipients to claim the ERTC. However, you cannot use the same wages to qualify for both the PPP and the ERTC.
To be eligible for the ERC, you must have either suspended operations due to government mandates or experienced a decline in quarterly gross receipts when compared to the same periods in 2019.
Our firm refers to IRS Notice 2021-20 (p. 25) for an official definition of a qualifying shutdown.
Examples include an order from the mayor, a local ordinance, or an order from a local health department mandating a business closure for COVID-19 cleaning and disinfection purposes.
For 2020, if you had 100 or fewer staff, you may claim the ERC for up to 50% of wages paid to working and non-working staff during your eligible periods. If over 100, you can only claim 50% of wages paid to non-working staff in eligible periods.
For 2021, if you had 500 or fewer staff, you may claim the ERC for up to 70% of wages paid to working and non-working staff in eligible quarters. If over 500, you may claim 70% of wages paid to staff who did not work during your ERC-eligible periods.
Once you’ve determined your eligibility and calculated your qualified wages, you can claim the ERTC by filing Form 941-X for the quarters in which you are eligible.
Be sure to decrease the amount of your deductible wages on your income tax return by the amount of your ERC tax credit.
The ERTC expired at the end of 2021, but it can be claimed retroactively on a Form 941-X within the statue of limitations, which is 3 years.
This means that the 2020 ERTC will expire in Q1 of 2023.
Qualified Wages for 10 employees
ERTC Client Wins
Hotel ChainQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3, Q4
Janitorial ServicesQualified For: 2021 Q1, Q2, Q3
Construction CompanyQualified For: 2021 Q1, Q2, Q3
Martial Arts CompanyQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3,Q4 and 2021 Q1, Q2
Media CompanyQualified For: 2021 Q1, Q2, Q3
RestaurantQualified For: 2020 Q2, Q3, Q4, and 2021 Q1, Q2
Learn More About The Employee Retention Tax Credit
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