Get Up To $26,000 Per W-2 Employee!

By answering a few, simple, non-invasive questions our team of ERTC experts can determine if you likely qualify for a no-strings-attached tax credit.  There is no cost or obligation to be pre-qualified.

Start-Ups are eligible for up to $33K.
Companies who increased revenues in 2020 or 2021 may qualify, too.

While the ERTC was created in the CARES act along with the PPP Loans – this is not a loan, there is no repayment.
There are no restrictions for how recipients of the credit must use the funds.


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How Much Will Your Employee Retention Tax Credit Be PER Employee?
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We've Helped Get Millions in Rebates!

These are just a Few of the businesses We’ve Worked With

Nutrition Products Distributor, 208 W-2 Employees;
$1,152,330 Credit

4 Location Hotel in  in North Carolina, 383 W-2 Employees;
$620,416 Credit

Temporary Staffing Firm in North Carolina, 326 W-2 Employees;
$275,099 Credit 

4 Location Restaurant in Washington, 156 W-2 Employees;
$528,340 Credit 

General Contractor in Pennsylvania, 59 W-2 Employees;
$364,283 Credit

Why Choose Get Cares Act Tax Credit for Employee Retention Tax Credit?

Employee Retention Tax Credit


The Employee Retention Tax Credit (or ERTC) was created as part of the Cares Act which also created the popular PPP loans that most people are familiar with.  The ERTC, however, is not as well known and many businesses have not yet claimed their ERTC.  Originally, businesses had to choose one or the other and most chose the PPP loans.  In 2021, as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, Congress changed this to allow businesses do do BOTH.  Read this article on the IRS Website for more information.

The PPP are loans, most of which are forgivable.  The ERTC basically is giving the money your business paid in payroll taxes back to you to reward you for keeping your employees on during the pandemic.  Since the ERTC is not a loan, there’s no need to pay it back.  It can be used however you would like to spend it.

It is expected that between 70% and 80% of small and medium sized businesses will be qualified to receive an ERTC.  Business disruptions, reduced income, being short staffed among other things are included in the application.  Calculate your refund by completing the form on this page to allow our specialists to determine how much your business qualifies to receive.

There is a limited amount of time to claim your tax credit as well as a limited amount of money available to be disbursed. Don’t wait to file your claim.

Yes, it may be. Both essential and non-essential businesses may qualify. And a decline in revenue is not essential. It’s best to complete the form on this page to see what your business qualifies to receive.

Normally, once your ERTC is filed, the IRS takes between 5 and up to 12 months to pay your tax credit.  Our company is unique in that we offer a 3-4 week payout once filed for interested businesses.