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Get your money back.

Up to $26,000 per employee.

There’s no cap on the total amount of your refund; e.g., a 50-employee business can receive up to $1.3 million.

Does My Business Qualify?

If your business experienced ANY of the following as a result of COVID, you likely qualify for a tax refund:
✔️ Change in business hours
✔️ Partial or full suspension of your operations
✔️ Shutdowns of your supply chain or vendors
✔️ Change in job roles/functions
✔️ Reduction in services offered
✔️ Reduction in workforce of employee workloads
✔️ Inability to visit a client’s job site
✔️ A disruption in your business (division or department closures )


Reasons why your CPA may not be the best 
 resource for ERC 

While CPAs are incredibly talented people who provide crucial financial services for businesses, we'll go over several reasons why you probably shouldn't use them to claim your ERC refund.
Watch and learn why.

Our Process

With Bottom Line, there is an easy three-step enrollment process:


Schedule free qualification call and check eligibility


Work with our team to get docs and info filed


Receive funds that you don't have to pay back!

Why Us?

Our team will guide you every step of the way, from eligibility to claiming and receiving refunds.

  •  Dedicated ERC specialist assigned to your account

  •  Comprehensive analysis of your claim to maximize credit

  •  No Risk Policy (We do not get paid unless you do)

  •  Guidance on the claiming process and documentation

  •  Fast and smooth end-to-end process, from eligibility to receiving refunds

Our Results


Businesses Enrolled


Credits Recovered


Employees Qualified

Feedback From Buyers


Do I have to pay ERC money back?

No. ERC is not a loan, there is no repayment for the money you receive. You do not have to use the money for anything specifically. ERC is a refund from the government that has to do with all of the money you have paid as an employer on payroll/healthcare wages, salaries, and taxes.

Will the IRS run out of ERC funds?

The government has funded $400 billion for the ERC credit program. When the funds are exhausted, the program will end. If you are an eligible employer, currently, there are funds available, and you will receive the ERC credit. The faster you file, the more likely you are to receive your credit.

I already took PPP, can I get ERC?

Yes. Even if you took advantage of PPP 1 and 2 and both were forgiven, you can still qualify for ERC refund credits as the law has been changed through the American Rescue Plan.

How long does this process take?

As long as you can get us the documents we need (941s, any PPP bank notes, etc) we can have your ERC application filed within a week. As far as funding, we have seen our clients receive their money within a few weeks, others could take a few months

As an owner, do my wages or the wages of any family member I employ qualify?

Maybe. Wages of owners who have majority ownership, defined as over 50%, do not qualify, nor do the W2 wages of any immediate family members of the owner. In the case an owner has 50% or less ownership, their W2 wages qualify, as do the W2 wages paid to immediate family members.

I have 1099 employees, do I qualify?

No, this program applies to W2 payroll taxes paid. The IRS has also stipulated that spouses and children of owners paid on W2 also do not qualify for the program.

My business doubled in revenue. Do I qualify?

Yes, even though your revenue has tripled, you can still qualify for ERC.

No revenue decline, do I still qualify?

There are two ways to qualify; EITHER a change in your operations
OR a revenue decline. You do not need a revenue decline to
qualify, in fact many businesses had a revenue increase and still

What qualifies as operational changes?

Here are some impacts to consider that qualify your business for
the Employee Retention Credit:
• Change in business hours
• Partial or full suspension of your operations
• Shutdowns of your supply chain or vendors
• Reduction in services offered
• Reduction in workforce or employee workloads
• A disruption in your business (division or department closures)
• Inability to visit a client’s job site
• Suppliers were unable to make deliveries of critical goods or
• Additional spacing requirements for employees and
customers due to social distancing
• Change in job roles/functions
• Tasks or work that couldn’t be done from home or while
transitioning to remote work conditions
• Lack of Travel
• Lack of Group Meetings

Is the commission paid to BLC a tax deductible expense?

Yes, for example if a company’s ERC refund was $100 and BLC
commission was $30 then the company would lose taxable
expense deductions for the net $70 and the net effect would be an
increase to its taxable income. 
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