Free CARES Act Tax Credit Eligibility Quiz | Get
ERTC Specialist Accountant Help
Have you claimed your ERTC yet? While there is no official deadline, there have
been a large number of claims made recently, which has increased the wait
time for refunds. Apply today to save your spot in line.
On November 15th, 2021, the Infrastructure Investment and
Jobs Act was signed into law, ending the Employee Retention
Tax Credit program months earlier than many employers were
Though the program was retroactively ended on September
30, 2021, you can still claim your tax credits after taking the
updated eligibility assessment created by Scott Hall and
The eligibility assessment is
available to any small or medium-
sized business owner at no cost,
and with no obligation.
It takes approximately one minute
to complete and requires no
proprietary business information.
After starting as a straightforward relief fund program, the ERTC was amended several
times to the benefit of business owners, but with each amendment adding a layer of
complexity, many employers are unaware that they may now be eligible for a rebate.
The program is now open to non-profit
organizations, startups, businesses
founded during the pandemic, and
companies with up to 500 full-time
employees on average.
Business owners who have already received a loan
through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) are
also now eligible for ERTC. Unlike the PPP, tax credits
do not need to be repaid, and there are no restrictions on
how your rebates can be spent.
You may be eligible for up to $26,000 per W-2 employee in
rebates after the maximum allowable claim was increased for
You could be eligible for anywhere from
tens of thousands to millions of dollars in
rebates - and all you have to do is provide
the specialist accountants with a bit of
They'll take care of the rest, and make sure
you get the maximum allowable tax credits
for your business. Take the free eligibility
test at https://scotthall.co/employee-