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Assessment | 2022 Tax Rebates
If you're a business owner with even a few employees, you could
have a significant rebate with your name on it, and making a claim
With the federal pandemic relief programs coming to
a close, many employers are left unsure whether they
qualify for a rebate.
This free evaluation tool from Scott Hall and ERTC Today can
determine your eligibility for a rebate in 60 seconds and
includes a link that allows you to consult with an ERTC
You may be eligible if you're a small
to medium-sized business owner,
with 500 or fewer full-time
employees on average.
Non-profit organizations, startups, and
new businesses are now also eligible
for rebates and can use the
assessment tool to determine if they
When the Consolidated Appropriations Act was passed in 2021, it made several
important amendments to the ERTC program and expanded the eligibility
requirements, allowing more employers to claim rebates.
If your business has already
received a loan through the
Paycheck Protection Program you
are now also eligible for ERTC.
While the PPP provided loans to small
businesses that had suffered financial losses
during the pandemic, the ERTC program
provides a tax rebate that has several other
Unlike the PPP, tax rebates do not need to be repaid at any point,
and they include no restrictions on how the funds can be spent.
To claim your tax rebates, take the free
eligibility assessment and then request a
consultation with an ERTC specialist
accountant who can determine the
maximum amount you can claim.
ERTC Today is a group of accounting experts
that specialize in helping small to medium-
sized businesses claim their tax credits. The
entire application process can be completed in
minutes, and refunds are processed daily.