While most business owners have heard of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program, many employers are unaware that it is possible to claim relief funds through both. A new rebate service launched by Fundwise is helping employers to claim up to $26,000 per employee, even if they have already received loans through the PPP.
More information about claiming ERTC with PPP loans, maximizing tax credits, and the new rebate service, can be found at http://www.easyfund.site
Originally, employers could only enroll in one relief program or the other, but new amendments to the CARES Act have expanded the eligibility to allow businesses to benefit from both programs. The new rebate service can help business owners to claim ERTC rebates for any industry, including startups and non-profit organizations.
With the new online application, employers can receive a no-cost estimate of their rebate by answering a few simple questions. The ERTC team can also help to calculate the maximum allowable rebate for each business, complete the required paperwork, and ensure that it has been filed with the IRS.
The new program is provided with no risk to any employer with fewer than 500 full-time W-2 employees. Funding estimates are available with no cost or obligation, and any company that applies but does not qualify or does not receive a rebate will not be charged.
Though the PPP and ERTC were created at the same time and for the same reason, the two programs take very different approaches. While the PPP provided small loans with several restrictions, the ERTC provides a one-time payout that never has to be repaid, and carries no restrictions on how it can be spent.
The new rebate service includes a no-cost eligibility test for small and medium-sized businesses, startups, and non-profits, including churches, schools, and clinics. The assessment can be completed in approximately one to two minutes, without requiring any proprietary business information.
ERTC applications are handled by a dedicated team of CPAs, attorneys, and financial experts, with the goal of maximizing each business’s tax credits quickly and accurately. While not every applicant will qualify for a rebate, the service currently has a 90% success rate.
More information about tax credits, eligibility, and claiming ERTC rebates can be found at http://www.easyfund.site
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