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Business and Nonprofits: If your business or nonprofit was impacted by Covid, even nominally, you may qualify for a substantial amount of money to help.
- Could not qualify if you took a PPP loan. It was an either/or benefit option.
- Must have sustained a 50% loss in revenue compared to same quarter 2019.
- Maximum wages per year = $10,000. 50% maximum = $5,000 credit per employee per year.
- ERC was not available if a PPP loan was received, so most businesses chose PPP.
- Since most chose a PPP loan over the ERC in 2020, there were restrictions on how PPP funds were to be spent.
- Can qualify for up to three quarters of 2021 even if you took PPP.
- Must have sustained a 20% loss in revenue compared to same quarter 2019.
- OR, your normal daily or weekly practices, supply chains, or operations were hindered or altered by local, state, or federal guidelines, mandates, or directives. (true for almost all businesses and non-profits)
- Maximum “qualified wages” per quarter = $10,000. 70% maximum = $7,000 credit per employee per quarter.
- Business that received a PPP loan can claim the ERC.
- In contrast, funds received from ERC have no restrictions on how they are to be used. (i.e. “No strings”)
Updated for 2022
Employee Retention Credits for your Business and your Nonprofit
Has your business or church suffered due to Covid?
If your business sustained a “more than nominal” interruption in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid, you are probably eligible for substantial monetary relief.
Your business may qualify for Employee Retention Credits (ERC) and be eligible for up to $21,000 per employee for 2021 and up to $5,000 per employee for 2020. (even if you received a PPP loan)
- Full-time employee (FTE) – 30 hours a week or 130 hours a month.
- Most of our clients qualify for $10,000 to $20,000 or more, per employee.
Example: 10 Full-time employees
x $7,000 Per employee
x 3 Quarters (2021)
$210,000 Potential ERC dollars
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See how much you might qualify for.
The uncertainty ahead will likely require additional working capital for your business or your church.
The government incentives we uncover could provide the cash-boost you may need in the months and years ahead.
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Even before the Covid stimulus packages, there were local, state, and federal programs with cash incentives for U.S. businesses. They purpose is economic growth and job stimulation. Now, with Covid benefits being extended even further, businesses and nonprofits can grow and expand.
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Forbes – The Significant Tax Credit Construction Firms Are Overlooking
Fox Business–Should You Be Claiming the R & D Tax Credit?
Forbes–R&D Tax Credit and Small Business — Tax Deal Changes Everything
Forbes—Eight Myths That Keep Small Businesses From Claiming The R&D Tax Credit
Forbes— Executive Insights on the R&D Tax Credit
The R&D Tax Credit Explained for Small Business
Forbes –New Incentives for Small & Medium Businesses
Forbes – Tax Benefits for Architects, Engineers and Contractors Under 179d
Wikipedia Defines Employer Incentives
Internal Revenue Service–IRS–Energy Incentives for Businesses in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Forbes–Secrets for Claiming R & D Credits
INC.-Two Credits Many Business Owners Miss or Don’t Know About
The Balance–6 Tax Credits to Reduce Your Business Taxes
FreshBooks—8 Tax Credits Every Small Business Owner Should Know
The Hartford–Two Tax Credits That May Benefit Your Business
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