Consultation2023-07-03T19:55:44+00:00
Jessica Wallace
Sandra Gregory
Capital ERC Consultant
  • Up to $26,000 per employee

  • No limit on funding

  • ERC is a payroll tax refund (not a loan)

Jessica Wallace
Sandra Gregory
Capital ERC Consultant
  • Up to $26,000 per employee

  • No limit on funding

  • ERC is a payroll tax refund (not a loan)

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Common Questions

How Long Do I Have To Do This?2023-07-03T19:47:52+00:00

Time is of the essence as the program has technically expired. We have a limited window of time to get back the money which is rightfully owed to you, so do not wait long! The program could run out of allocated funds at anytime and is subject to the whims of congress. Don’t delay!

Do I have to Pay This Back After?2023-07-03T19:48:52+00:00

It’s a refund of payroll taxes. It’s YOUR money! There are no limitations on how you use it and you do not need to pay it back.

Will My Company Qualify?2023-07-03T19:49:22+00:00

The IRS expects 70% – 80% of small and medium businesses to qualify. If your company experienced disruptions to commerce, travel, or group meetings, you qualify! This includes supply chain disruptions, price increases, staffing shortages, difficulty hiring, reduced hours, reduction in goods or services offered, were unable to travel, or attend conventions. Talk to one of our Refund Specialists to find out more.

Is the ERC different from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)?2023-03-24T13:00:00+00:00

PPP was a forgivable loan. ERC returns the payroll taxes that your business has already paid. Once you receive the ERC funds from the US Treasury, no further action is required on your part.

What is the ERC?2023-03-24T12:55:40+00:00

ERC is a refundable payroll tax credit. Born out of the same CARES Act as PPP, its aim is to provide economic relief for small and medium businesses who retained employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Initially, eligible employers could only take either PPP, or ERC. In 2021, as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, Congress amended this provision, allowing businesses to apply for both.