Employee Retention Tax Refund Request for WOSB by ERTC Division

The ERTC division has launched a new application website optimized to help small businesses owned by women and minorities. The easy application gives an immediate range of estimated refund amount.

Nordman, Idaho – (Newsfile Corp. – Sept. 29, 2022) – ERTC Division has launched a new rapid rebate service and eligibility assessment tool to help small business owners claim their rebates with a commitment of minimum time. The new website allows business owners to get an immediate estimate of the rebate amount. While most small and medium-sized businesses in the United States are eligible for rebates under the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program, many employers are unaware they are eligible.

For more information on the ERTC division reimbursement service, please visit https://ertcdivision.com

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Employee Retention Tax Refund Request for WOSB by ERTC Division

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The new, optimized application program helps employers claim their maximum allowable rebates, even if they were not eligible for tax credits under the original ERTC program requirements. Employers who were previously disqualified for reasons such as having too many employees or obtaining loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) may be eligible for a rebate using the new application process.

With the new app, the ERTC division is helping employers claim pandemic relief funds that aren’t a loan, never require repayment, and have no restrictions on how they can be spent, even more easily. The program is available at no upfront cost to any business with between 5 and 500 full-time W-2 employees or fewer, including startups and nonprofits.

The new fast refund service guarantees each business their maximum refund allowed, which will vary depending on several factors. Employers can claim rebates using the new program even if they are not eligible for each fiscal quarter of the ERTC program term, and can claim up to $26,000 per employee.

New businesses founded during the pandemic are not excluded, and the ERTC division service is eligible to claim up to $100,000 in rebates in a special category, as a recovery startup business. To be eligible, these businesses must have W-2 employees, less than $1 million in gross revenue, and at least one employee who is not a family member or 50% owner.

The new ERTC Division application process also includes a no-cost, no-obligation eligibility assessment, now available on their website. https://ertcdivision.com. The assessment can help employers determine if they qualify and the estimated rebate range by completing the easy-to-use form.

Under the new application process, employers can receive assistance in completing their tax credit applications from a team of ERTC specialists. There is NO obligation or cost to know how much the company is eligible to receive.

For more information on ERTC discounts and free eligibility assessment, go to https://ertcdivision.com

Contact information:
Name: Lynn Sebert
E-mail: [email protected]
Organization: ERTC Division
Address: 36442 Idaho 57, Nordman, Idaho 83848, USA
Website: https://www.ertcdivision.com

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