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Free ERC Tax Credit Guide 2023: Maximize IRS Refunds With PPP Loans, Risk-Free

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Free ERC Tax Credit Guide 2023: Maximize IRS Refunds With PPP Loans, Risk-Free

Did you know that it's still not too late to claim your pandemic relief tax credits from the federal government - and it's super easy to qualify?

If you run a small or mid-size business, chances are good that the IRS is sitting on a significant rebate, just waiting for you to claim it.

But how can you know, without doing a lot of work, or paying any money?

And if you are eligible, then what? What's the best way to claim your money?

I have good news, better news, and awesome news.

Though the pandemic relief programs of 2020 have ended, you can still claim your rebates, and if you do it right - you won't even have to fill in the paperwork.

This new guide from ERC Frame, which is 100% free, examines how the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) has changed, how to find out if you're eligible, and strategies for maximizing your rebate.

Visit https://ercframe.com/blog/2023-ERTC---Employee-Retention-Tax-Credit-Update-Do-Employers-Still-Have-Time-To-Apply to read the full guide, and get all the details.

The guide explains how the rebates have changed over the years, expanding from $5,000 per employee in 2020, to up to $26,000 per employee available today. ERC Frame also shows how you can access these funds, regardless of your business type, as long as you had between 5 and 500 W-2 employees on the payroll during the pandemic.

While the ERTC has been around for several years, you were originally only permitted to enroll in either the ERTC or the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), but not both. The guide explains that the eligibility requirements have been updated, making employers who have already received PPP loans eligible for ERTC rebates, as long as you apply before the deadline.

Any business type can qualify, including new businesses founded during the pandemic, startups, and non-profit organizations such as churches or schools, as long as they were affected by the pandemic in some way. This can include suffering financial losses, closing due to government orders, or several other effects. If you think your business may qualify, you can take their free eligibility test (link at the bottom of the page) or read the ERC Frame Tax Credit FAQ for more details, just visit https://ercframe.com/blog/employee-retention-credit-2020-2021-faqs

ERC Frame explores several options for claiming your ERTC rebate in 2023, and includes links to both a free eligibility test, and a fast rebate application service. The service is known as the 15 Minute Refund program, and is run by a firm of ERTC specialist CPAs.

The 15 Minute Refund program guarantees each business its maximum allowable rebate, with no risk or up-front fees. It's the program of choice for ERC Frame because it guarantees the best possible rebates, risk-free, and takes only a 15 minute commitment from the business owner. The CPA team handles everything else, including all the calculations and paperwork.

You can let the CPAs do all the hard work, and wait for your check in the mail from the IRS. If you don't qualify, that's okay too. Your business will not be charged until after it has received a rebate, and if for any reason you do not receive a rebate, you will not be charged at all.

It's a win-win, and even if you don't qualify, you don't actually lose anything.

The fact that you can maximize your rebate, guaranteed, with 15 minutes or less of your time - well, that's just a bonus.

Visit the links above to learn more about the ERTC program, or visit https://ercframe.com to take the free eligibility test, and claim your rebate.

ERC Frame 6 Beblerjev trg, Ljubljana, Ljubljana 1000, Slovenia Website https://ercframe.com

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