Was your business directly or indirectly affected by Covid during 2020 or 2021?
You may qualify for a government grant called Employee Retention Credits (ERC).
ERC is a federal government grant offered to businesses impacted by Covid that kept W2 employees on payroll during the 2020 and 2021 tax years. It is a provision in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES).
Eligible businesses can claim up to $26,000 per W2 employee who were employed between mid-March 2020 and the end of September 2021.
The government can end the program at any time. They have already shortened the program once before by removing Q4 of 2021 from the eligible periods. It means you have already lost $7,000 per W2 employee from your potential claim.
The easiest and quickest way to see if you qualify, and to make a claim, is to click on the button below. In as little as 90 seconds, you’ll know if you qualify by answering a few key questions.
Our dedicated team, proven track record, and No-Hassle 3-Step Process will take care of the rest.
Click the button below to see if you qualify while this program is still available. The federal government has already reduced the total claimable amount by $7,000 per W2 employee and can cancel or make further reductions at any time.
If you qualify, the experts at FV Vantage™ will take care of the often complicated and confusing application process for you. This prevents any delays and frustration and maximizes your claim. All you need to do is cash the check.
During the qualifying period was your business affected by Revenue Drop, Government Order, or Recovery Start Up? If so, you can likely make a claim.
The easiest and quickest way to see if you qualify, and to make a claim, is to click on the button above. In as little as 90 seconds, you’ll know if you qualify by answering a few key questions. Our dedicated team, proven track record, and No-Hassle 3-Step Process will take care of the rest.
The government isn’t very good at advertising. Despite this, businesses across the country have filed over $2 Trillion in ERC claims.
If you qualify but haven’t applied, you are leaving money on the table that is rightfully yours and preventing your business from growing.
This is where FV Vantage™ steps in to help. Our team of experts can help you calculate the maximum but more importantly, we help you remove the stresses involved with the application process and save you time so you can focus on what you do best, running your business.
There is normally a 3 year limitation to when you file an amendment for your 941, but the reality is the federal government could decide to shut it down at any time.
They have already reduced the total claimable amount by $7,000 per W2 employee.
It means you have already lost $7,000 for every W2 employee. That is why we recommend you click on the button below and take 90 seconds to answer a few key questions to see if you qualify before it is too late.
No. Your part-time employee wages can be included with full-time employee wages when calculating ERC to give you a larger claim.
The process for applying for both part time and full time employees can become complicated. That’s why we recommend leaving it to the experts at FV Vantage™ so you receive the maximum ERCs available.
Yes, you can still qualify and may be in the best position to qualify.
For instance, if you were forced to reduce or limit your opening hours due to Covid or government orders, you may qualify. Or if you run an essential business and suppliers were ordered to suspend their service, which affected your ability to trade, you may qualify.
These scenarios can result in a complicated application process. For this reason, we recommend you contact us first to discuss your situation before proceeding.
Yes. Even if your revenue remained the same or increased during this period, if you were impacted by Covid, you may still qualify.
To find out, we will conduct a thorough analysis of how your business was impacted based on your revenue sources. If we discover your business operations were negatively impacted and comply with the rules and regulations, you qualify.
Contact FV Vantage™ today to discuss your eligibility.
Yes, you can thanks to the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021.
It amended the PPP program so that qualified wages are not included in determining PPP forgiveness. So, if you received the PPP, you may still qualify for ERC.
Click on the button below today to see if you qualify and how much you can claim.
No, it doesn’t. ERC is a tax credit based on paid employment taxes. Not your business income tax.
So if your business meets one of the qualifying conditions, Revenue Drop, Government Order, or Recovery Start Up, it may be eligible for a claim. The experts at FV Vantage™ will be able to determine if you can make a claim by looking through your documentation.
Click on the button below today to see if you can give your business a financial boost.
Yes. Unlike PPP, ERC considers full time and part time employees. This means 2 part time employees may be considered as one full time employee. It is determined by the definition and calculation difference between SBA and Internal Revenue Code.
As you can imagine, it can get very complicated with a large employee base, so we advise you to leave it to us.
Another point to consider with over 500 employees is that qualified wages paid to employees that were not working will be evaluated. This includes contributions to health plan expenses + wages paid to non-full time employees.
Once again, if you are not an expert at ERC, we recommend you contact FV Vantage™ to get the right advice and support so you can maximize your claim.