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The ERTC Experts

We are solely focused on getting your business the maximum refundable claim for the Employee Retention (Tax) Credit.

We not only take into consideration your decreased revenue, but also any type of federal, state, county, or city shut down. Additionally, we look at supply chain issues, increased cost of PPE, lack of employees, and more to get you the largest refund possible.

Your business deserves to be rewarded for keeping Americans employed during these last few years.

The Employee Retention (Tax) Credit

The government has authorized unprecedented stimulus, yet billions will go unclaimed. Let us maximize your claim for keeping Americans employed.

Funded by the CARES Act

Originally created to encourage businesses to keep employees on the payroll during COVID-19. It was also referred to as the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) and also the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC).
The government preferred for businesses to use the credit on future W-2 tax payments. However, businesses could also choose to receive a refund instead. The vast majority of businesses have chosen the refund.

This Is not a Loan

There are no restrictions and no repayment.
This was created in the CARES Act, along with PPP Loans which had to be repaid.
There are no restrictions on how businesses can use the funds.

Up to $26,000 per W-2 Employee

Full-time and Part-time employees qualify.
This provides a credit equal to 50% of qualified wages and health plan expenses paid after March 12 th , 2020, and before January 21 st , 2021, up to $5,000 per employee.
In 2021, the program was revised to include a credit of 70% up to $10,000 in wages paid per employee for Q1, Q2, and Q3. This is a potential of up to $21,000 per employee (up to $26,000 altogether).
Startup businesses are eligible for up to $33,000 per employee.

Free, No-Obligation Pre-Qualification

Let our expert CPA Team determine if you qualify for a sizable rebate. By answering a few questions, our experts can determine if you likely qualify for a no-strings attached tax credit.
There is NO cost or obligation to be pre-qualified. There will be NO fee until your business receives its refund.

There is so much information about the Employee Retention Credit / Employee Retention Tax credit that it’s hard to keep it all straight. We’d like to clear up any confusion that you may have and make the process more clear. Feel free to download our e-book with our compliments from the “E-book” button below.
You also have the option to  book a call so we can answer any questions you may have about your particular situation. We are looking forward to getting you the maximum amount possible, with NO upfront fee. Just click the “Appointment” button below.

Why Choose Medical ERTC?

We only specialize in maximizing Employee Retention Tax Credits for small business owners. You won’t find us preparing income taxes, compiling financial statements, or providing attestation services of any kind.

When you engage us, rest assured that you’ve hired the best CPA Firm to lock in this one-time opportunity for a large refund check from the IRS.

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