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Do You Qualify For ERTC? Watch This Short Tax Credit Video To Find Out

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Your business could be eligible for up to $26,000 per employee in tax credits, and it’s easy to make your claim. Visit Scott Hall’s site through the video linked below to get pre-qualified by specialist accountants who can help you file for your credits today.

The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) has gone through several changes since it was first announced, including the duration of the program and the eligibility requirements. The new video from Scott Hall discusses the most recent changes and includes a quick checklist to help you determine if your business is eligible.

Visit to learn more about eligibility, or to get pre-qualified today.

In the video, you can find information about how you can file for the ERTC program for 2020 and 2021, even if you previously applied for and received assistance under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for those years. The ERTC program ended in September 2021, but your business can still apply for compensation if it was eligible at the time. The Employee Retention Tax Credit program assisted business owners and their employees by providing an incentive to keep workers on the payroll. Eligible businesses could receive a tax credit for a percentage of each eligible employee’s wages.

When the ERTC program was originally launched in 2020, employers had the option to receive assistance either through ERTC or PPP, but not both. That changed in 2021, with the passing of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, which allowed employers to benefit from both programs. If your business was affected by the pandemic, by requiring closures or suffering a loss of revenue, you can claim as much as 70% of your employee’s wages in tax credits, up to $7000 per employee, per quarter. To determine whether your business qualifies, and how much you can claim, you can take a short quiz which can be found in the description of the video linked below.

The changes to eligibility requirements have opened up the program to a wide range of businesses that were previously disqualified, and the benefits can now be claimed by startups, non-profits, and most businesses with less than 500 employees. Unlike the Paycheck Protection Program, the Employee Retention Tax Credit program is a one-time credit that does not need to be paid back. You can learn more about the program or receive assistance in filing by visiting Scott Hall’s website through the link in the video.

It’s never been easier to qualify for tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax credits – and with the help of accountants that specialize in the ERTC program, you barely have to do anything at all. Take the quiz today, and claim the tax credits you deserve.

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