There are millions of dollars from the ERTC program, waiting to be claimed by Ohio business owners. If you had W-2 employees on the payroll through the pandemic, you could be eligible for up to $26,000 per employee. Visit https://ertcrecoveryaid.com for a free eligibility test.
Claim Restaurant Tax
Rebates In Cleveland,
OH: Use This Eligibility
Since the ERTC program was first created in 2020, it has gone
through several changes that have expanded the eligibility and
increased the amount you can claim in rebates.
The application process from Cottage
Digital Media and ERTC specialist
accountants helps Ohio businesses,
including restaurants, bars, entertainment
facilities, and movie theaters, to claim the
maximum rebate they are due.
Employers who received funds from the Paycheck Protection Program
(PPP) originally could not qualify for ERTC until amendments to the
program in 2021 made them eligible.
This new application process
allows you to claim a rebate of up to
$26,000 per W-2 employee, even if
you are enrolled in the PPP.
If you have already filed your 941 returns for 2020 and 2021, you are
still eligible for rebates, and the ERTC specialist accountants can
assist you in filing an amendment to make your claim.
Unlike the PPP, tax rebates are not
a loan, and they do not need to be
repaid. There are also no
restrictions on how your tax
rebates can be spent.
To determine the eligibility of your company, Cottage Digital Media has
a no-cost eligibility test on its website, which you can complete with no
The assessment includes 10
simple questions and requires no
proprietary business information.
Eligible employers will receive a link to a secure portal after
completing the eligibility assessment, where they can
complete their ERTC claim.
To receive a rebate, you will be asked
to upload your 941 returns, PPP loan
documents, and raw payroll data, so
the specialist accountants can
calculate your maximum allowable tax
Every claim is completed by ERTC specialist accountants, and refunds
are processed daily. There is no cost to employers who do not qualify
for and claim a rebate.
The program is also open to in
Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia, California,
and Illinois-based organizations with less
than 500 full-time staff on average, including
new businesses, st