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Claim ERC Tax Credit With This Free Eligibility Check & CPA-Approved Application

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Claim ERC Tax Credit With This Free Eligibility Check & CPA-Approved Application

Did you know that the amount of pandemic tax credits available to small businesses has increased by more than 500%?

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) program used to offer $5,000 per employee when it first started, but now you can claim up to $26,000 per employee, which you never have to pay back!

Of course, there is a catch (and a workaround). There always is, right?

When the amount you could claim grew by over 500%, it seems like the paperwork did too - so while you could have a pretty significant rebate waiting for you, claiming it could be a little tricky.

Unless - and if you've read my articles before you know that there is always an unless...

Unless there was an easy way to handle all the paperwork, make absolutely sure that it's filled out correctly, and get the maximum possible amount of tax credits.

Is that asking too much? Just a quick, easy, guaranteed solution?

The folks at LP Consulting didn't think so, you can find their solution at https://get26k.com/ - or you can keep reading, and I'll tell you the important bits.

Their application service is open to all employers that had between 5 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during the recent pandemic, including startups, new businesses founded during that time, and non-profit organizations such as schools and churches.

If you run a small to medium-sized business, of any type, they can probably help you to get some tax rebates - even if you've already received money from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

To qualify, your business must have had employees on the payroll during the pandemic and been negatively affected by it in some way. This is often shown through financial losses, temporary closures due to lockdowns, or a reduced indoor capacity for customers. However, the program allows for a wide range of issues, including complications caused by product shortages or remote working limitations.

If you think there's even a tiny chance that your business might qualify, you should find out for sure.

You can use their totally free, no-obligation eligibility assessment - and it will even give you an estimate of how much you should be able to claim. It only takes about one minute to complete, does not require any proprietary business information, and it's super easy.

Once you know that you're eligible, we can get to the important part. After you complete the assessment, you'll get a link to something called the 15 Minute Refund program. It's a service run by a team of ERTC specialist CPAs, and it's the easiest way to complete your application, without all the headaches.

The program guarantees every employer their maximum allowable rebate with no risk or up-front fees, so you can't possibly lose, and it only takes 15 minutes of your time. All you have to do is upload a few documents to the CPA firm's secure server, such as your PPP loan papers and payroll information, and their team will handle the rest.

You don't have to worry about the CPA team's invoice or what happens if you don't qualify, because your rebate will pay for it. You won't be charged a single penny until after you receive your rebate, and if for any reason you don't get a rebate, you won't be charged at all.

It's a win-win for everyone - except the folks at the IRS who have to approve each application - so why not give them a little more work to do, and get yourself a rebate while you're at it?

Visit https://get26k.com/ to take the free eligibility test and find out how much your business is eligible for.

LP Consulting LLC 3648 Gruber Rd, Monroe, Mi 48162, United States Website https://get26k.com/

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