Heros ERTC, which partners with a firm of CPAs who specialize in ERTC (Employee Retention Tax Credit), now offers a fast eligibility checking and application service that is open to any employer who had between 5 and 500 W-2 employees on payroll during the recent pandemic.
More details about the fast eligibility assessment and ERTC application process can be found at https://herosertc.com/heroic-business-owner
The ERTC program is one of many efforts by the federal government to ease the impact of the pandemic on the economy and get businesses back on their feet. Due to misconceptions about eligibility, the ERTC is underutilized by business owners, leaving billions in unclaimed benefits, Heros ERTC explains.
Moreover, the recent changes to the program’s initial eligibility criteria mean many business owners who thought they were ineligible may be qualified to receive ERTC rebates.
As such, Heros ERTC offers a simple 10-question eligibility test at no cost or obligation that business owners can complete in minutes to see if they qualify for the program.
Heros ERTC’s services are available to small and medium-sized businesses across different sectors and include the preparation of audit-proof documentation and ongoing support throughout the application process.
“Regardless of the benefits of ERTCs, the process can be confusing, especially with the complexity and fast-changing nature of tax codes and qualifications. That’s where we come in,” said a company representative. “Unlike other firms, we focus exclusively on ERTCs. Our team consists of experienced CPA professionals specializing in employee retention tax credit applications who will help you navigate the system and discover opportunities to help you maximize your claim.”
Heros ERTC strives to maximize the rebates for its clients, with some receiving up to $26,000 per W-2 employee. Among its past clients are an Illinois-based Montessori school that successfully claimed $175,000, a Florida restaurant group that benefited from a $1,120,000 tax rebate, and a Houston restauranteur that qualified for a $400,000 refund.
Interested parties can find additional information by visiting https://herosertc.com/heroic-business-owner
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