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Discover a legal, ethical way to claim your tax credit in the form of a check of up to $26,000 PER employee that nobody knows about (this is a maximum number per employee, most businesses that qualify are realizing numbers that are less than this). Employers: if you have 5-500 Full Time-W-2 Employees, you’ll want to see this free short video below! Some business owners Who Register Are Getting Approved Through Our Accounting Partner- Even If You Have Received PPP Loans.

Please Take Advantage Of This Tax Credit Before It Is NO LONGER AVAILABLE!. This is not a loan that you have to pay back.

This is a CREDIT...that gets paid to you in the way of a check! This is for business owners with 5 or more Full-Time W2 employees.

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What is the IRS moratorium on ERC?

Despite reports that the IRS is “halting” or “shutting down” the ERC, the IRS will continue to accept new ERC claims through the statutory deadlines.

The IRS is merely saying that they are applying increased scrutiny to all claims in process, and therefore, new claims will not be addressed before the end of 2023.







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Jorns are the experts when it comes to helping getting the ERC. They do an excellent job walking you through the steps of what is needed for them to move forward, and make sure you’re approved before any additional steps are taken. They’re knowledgeable and take care of everything for you. I highly recommend you reach out to them and see how much they can obtain for you!

Jorns was very diligent and detail-oriented walking us through the process of applying for and receiving Employee Retention Tax Credits even though our business had previously received a forgiven PPP Loan. The team was able to quickly prepare accurate documents and got them prepared to send to the IRS in a few days.

We were told by our CPA that we would not be able to qualify for the Employee Retention Credit because our revenue was up in 2020 versus 2019. Jorns & Associates had us fill out their questionnaire then dug deep into our revenue data and we ended up qualifying for over $31,600 for our 7 employees in 2020 alone.

Our revenue took a small hit over 2020 but it didn’t hit the threshold the IRS requires for a company to qualify for the ERC. The team over at Jorns & Associates helped us qualify for over $276,000 for our 2020 credit. We have another $500,000+ on the way for the first 2 quarters of 2021 and they will help us with our 3rd quarter filing very soon.

I hadn’t even heard about the ERC program until a friend of mine connected me to Jorns & Associates. Our business was well since we are in the restaurant delivery industry. We did have some challenges with our expansion operations over 2020 and Jorns & Associates helped us qualify for over $100,000 in 2020 ERC.

We own 3 car dealerships and didn’t know much about the ERC program. Our CPA referred us over to Jorns & Associates to assist us with applying for the ERC as that is what they specialize in. We have qualified for over $2.4 Million Dollars in ERC and we still have the 3rd quarter of October to file for shortly!

Top 10 Misunderstandings About the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)

Now you can claim both! Congress, in the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of 2021, removed the limitation on only claiming one or the other. PPP will only account for 2.5 times your monthly payroll expenses and is meant to be spread out over 6 months. This leaves plenty of uncovered wage expenses for claiming ERC.

The CAA has changed the qualifications so that a reduction of 20% now qualifies. BUT remember there are also many other ways to qualify for the ERC, one of them is if your business has been subject to a partial or full suspension due to a government order – see the next point.

Even a partial suspension order by the government (federal, state or local) of your business could potentially qualify. The key considerations are – due to the government ordered partial (or full) suspension is/was your business not able to continue its activities in a comparable manner, and did that result in a more than nominal impact on business operations. The partial or full suspension is an alternative way to qualify for the ERC - separate from the reduction in gross receipts test.

Even if your business is deemed essential, an impact or change in your business may still qualify you. For example, even if you were open but your vendors were closed down or you can’t go to a client’s job site, you may still qualify. Or if part of your business was considered non-essential and was impacted by a government-ordered suspension – you may also qualify. The scenarios discussed above in number 3 could apply here as well.

Overall growth is only a small factor, there are many other qualifying factors in the current guidance.

This is a refundable credit. In practice, this means that any credit overage above tax liability is sent to the taxpayer/business owner as a refund.

The employee count restriction is based on full time equivalent (FTE) employees, which is a more involved calculation than just counting everyone in the office. We helped a business with 640 employees and the FTE calculation put them at under 500. Furthermore, if you paid any employees to NOT work, or to work less than the hours for which they were paid, then the employee count restriction would not apply for those employees.

The ERC also may provide significant benefit to charities – churches, nonprofit hospitals, museums, etc. Charities can be particularly good candidates for the ERC.

To avoid headaches and heartaches down the road, businesses, churches, and non-profits need to have expert counsel to properly and fully document how the business qualifies for the ERC. Determining the amount of credit you can claim is not nearly as simple as the PPP, and that's why you need a CPA that specializes in the Employee Retention Credit.

Asking your bookkeeper or staff member to apply will likely be a nightmare for them and for you. The IRS directives are complex, and many CPAs are not even equipped to handle your ERC unless that is their speciality.