Government Made A Big Change

In early 2022, the federal government quietly made a big change to the pandemic relief programs created in the CARES Act, allowing businesses to enroll in both relief programs, instead of just one.

Unfortunately, small business owners are missing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in practically free money because they don’t know they’re now eligible for tax rebates.

By the end of May 2021, approximately 11 million American-owned businesses had applied for PPP loans, and forgotten about the ERTC program as they weren’t allowed to enroll in both pandemic relief programs at once.

LP Consulting has partnered with a firm of ERTC specialist CPAs to help those small business owners take advantage of this change, and maximize their tax credits.

Visit https://get26k.com to enroll in the 15 Minute Refund program, and get help from a team of ERTC specialists to maximize your rebate!

The rebate program takes advantage of amendments made in the Consolidated Appropriations Act that allow your business to enroll in both pandemic relief programs, instead of just one. Using the rebate application, you can claim up to $26,000 per employee in tax rebates if you have between 5 and 500 W-2 employees.

Unlike the funds available through the PPP, ERTC rebates are not a loan. These refundable tax credits are a reimbursement of payroll taxes your business already paid to the IRS. They never need to be repaid and have no restrictions on how they can be spent.

You can use a quick eligibility assessment on the company’s website to determine if you qualify for rebates, with no cost or obligation. The assessment tool asks 10 simple questions, takes approximately one minute to complete, and requires no proprietary business information.

If you run a small to medium-sized business, you can take the free eligibility assessment to find out if you qualify, even if you think it’s unlikely. The program has been expanded so many times that almost everyone is eligible – even startups, new businesses founded during the pandemic, and non-profit organizations.

Eligible businesses can get help from a team of ERTC specialist CPAs to determine which fiscal quarters they qualify for, and how much they can claim. The CPA team will also help you to complete the paperwork and will provide audit-proof documentation for every client.

To qualify for the program, your business must have been affected by the pandemic either financially, or through government orders. This may include a significant decrease in revenue, closing the business due to lockdowns, or operating at a reduced capacity.

The 15 Minute Refund program guarantees your business its maximum allowable rebate, with a time commitment of 15 minutes or less. It is available with no up-front fees and no risk. If your business does not qualify to receive a rebate, you will not be charged.

All the updates to the ERTC program have made it a win-win for small business owners. You can apply with no upfront costs and no risk, and if you’re eligible, the money is yours with no strings attached.

What are you waiting for?

Visit https://get26k.com to take the fast and free eligibility test, or to get help maximizing your rebate

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