Employee Tax Credits
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A note from Terry McBurney; Restaurateur, Small Business Owner and ERTC Law Consultant!
As a Restaurant Operator with three locations in the Houston area, I have personally read the ERTC Law and understand the entire process of how to help you apply for your Payroll Tax Credits. My partner, David Skala is an Accountant, Attorney, and IRS Practitioner.
We are a direct source, not an agent or clearing house and together have helped over three hundred small businesses like yours apply for their Payroll Tax Credits.
We only apply the ERTC law as written based on specific data and documents received directly from your business. If we cannot properly assess your application based on the documents provided, we reserve the right to cancel the application.
All applications with data submitted per the ERTC Law, can expect results in less than seven (7) days!
Important Update! Restaurants automatically qualify for four (4) quarters of Payroll Tax Credits under the Government Restricted Rule. If you operated a Restaurant (at any time) between April 1st, 2020 and September 30th 2021, your business may qualify for much-needed Payroll Tax Refund Checks directly from the US Treasury!
Most CPAs are not aware Congress has amended the law three times to include:
- Small Businesses which received PPP loans can now qualify for ERTC
- If your Gross Revenues “increased”, you can also qualify for ERTC
- All Restaurants automatically qualify for ERTC under the Government Restricted Operating Rule!
What are Employee Retention Tax Credits?
During the COVID pandemic, most small & mid-sized businesses suffered heavy financial losses, and the US Government is urging employers to take advantage of the ERTC program before it begins to terminate on July 1st, 2023.
Under the CARES Act of 2020, the Employee Retention Tax Credit program (ERTC) offers qualifying businesses a partial refund of the payroll taxes paid during any quarter in which they qualify. If your business suffered a partial or full suspension of operations “or” a significant reduction in revenue and you maintained some or all of your W-2 Employees, you may be eligible for substantial payroll tax credits you deserve.
If you believe your business may qualify, please complete the Employee Tax Credit Questionnaire.
Disclaimer: The information provided above is for general informational purposes only, and may not reflect the most current legal developments. The information does not constitute legal, tax, or employment advice, and no warranties are made on such information.