We determine if you qualify in five minutes.
Our team analyzes yourclaim and submits the paperworkon your behalf.
Receive up to $26,000 per employee that you don’t have to pay back to the IRS.
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Book an appointment with Bottom Line and we’ll analyze your business to determine your eligibility. From there, we file your claim and track the entire process for your peace of mind.
The program began on March 13th, 2020, and ends on September 30, 2021 for eligible employers.
You can apply for refunds for 2020 and 2021 after December 31st of this year, into 2022 and 2023. And potentially beyond then, too.
We have clients who received refunds only, and others that, in addition to refunds, also qualified to continue receiving ERC in everypayroll they process through December 31, 2021 at about 30% of their payroll cost.
We have clients who have received refunds from $100,000 to $6 million.
Unfortunately, no. This program is only for companies who paid W2 wages to non-owners.
It’s not a loan – it’s a tax credit, so it doesn’t matter. There are no credit checks, collateral, or personal guarantees required.
Yes. Under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, businesses can now qualify for the ERC even if they already received aPPP loan. Note, though, that the ERC will only apply to wages not used for the PPP.
Your business qualifies for the ERC if it falls under one of the following:
1. A government authority required partial or full shutdown of your business during 2020 or 2021. This includes your operationsbeing limited by commerce, inability to travel, or restrictions of group meetings.
2. Gross receipt reduction criteria is different for 2020 and 2021, but is measured against the currentquarter as compared to 2019 pre-COVID amounts.
Yes. To qualify, your business must meet either one of the following criteria:
1. Experienced a decline in gross receipts by 20%, or
2. Had to change business operations due to government orders
3. Many items are considered as changes in business operations, including shifts in jobroles and the purchase of extra protective equipment.