Are You the 1-in-3 Who Will You Qualify to:

Legally Avoid Paying up to 97% of Your Back Tax Debt?

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Up to $26,000 per W2 Employee Kept on Payroll

Can qualify for multiple quarters in 2020 and 2021, up to $26,000 per W2 employee. Average credit is $200,000+.

Can Even Qualify Without Revenue Decrease, With a PPP Loan and as Essential Business

3 ways to qualify, even if your CPA didn’t think you probably would. We’re conservative, but qualify you for as much as possible.

Reasonable Fee Only After You Receive Credit

We only get paid after you do. Most businesses are getting sent check by the IRS in 7-9 months for credit from overfunded payroll tax. 

Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) Was Put Into Place With Cares Act, But PPP Got All the Attention

The pandemic and relating shutdowns wreaked havoc on businesses, so Congress passed multiple stimulus acts to distribute relief quickly. 

The two programs that got all the media attention were the PPP and EIDL programs. Most didn’t even know about the ERC program, and even if so, didn’t think they qualified for it (even though it was as good or better than PPP).  

Program Was Poorly Utilized and Understood (even by CPAs), so Government Doubled-Down

When few businesses took advantage of the program, the government noticed and loosed the qualification rules substantially, all while increasing the amount you could get by almost 3x.

They want businesses to qualify and get paid, and unlike PPP, have no limits on how much they can send out.

Many Businesses Don’t Realize They Can Qualify (for $200k on average), but the Window is Closing

Most businesses don’t realize they actually can qualify, or were told incorrectly by their CPAs that they wouldn’t.

It’s not really the CPA’s fault, as the rules were confusing (and changed multiple times), and this is a very specialized one-time program. That’s why we now offer our:

Introducing the 100% Done-For-You ERC Service from FinancialMatch

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Conservative and Honest Numbers for “Sleep Well at Night” Audit Protection

You’ve worked too hard on your business to jeopardize anything with an IRS audit. We are completely honest and conservative with the IRS, so you’ll be above reproach against agents looking for audits. Unlike many other fly-by-night organizations, we have processed over $14 Billion in Pandemic-related government funds, and continue to have great relations with regulatory entities.

Our Licensed Professionals Do All The Hard Work

We have a team of CPAs, tax lawyers, ex-IRS Agents and professionals doing all of the work on your credit, from start to finish. They hold licenses with the IRS, and make sure everything is done correctly, and will hold up to scrutiny for years to come.

No Collateral, Personal Guarantee or Credit Check

Because this is a tax credit from the IRS, and not a loan, there is no collateral, personal guarantees or credit check required to receive the tax credit. If you choose to use one of our financing partners to get your money in as little as 30 days, traditional loan info is required. But if you wait the 7-9 months, there is no credit info required.

How It Works


Take the Qualification Quiz

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Fill Out Application (Online or Phone)

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Work With Our Team to Get Docs and Info

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Processing, Submission and Payment from IRS

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Ready to Get Up $26,000 per W2 Employee?

Credit currently approved, but has been ammended in the past.
We recommend you claim yours before anything changes.

Frequently Asked Questions


Can I qualify if I’m a 1099 contractor?
Unfortunately no. This program is only for companies who paid W2 wages to non-owners.
Can I qualify if I don’t have any W2 employees?
Unfortunately no. This program is only for companies who paid W2 wages to non-owners.
Can I qualify for ERC when I got a PPP loan?
Yes! There are multiple quarters you can qualify for, even if you got a PPP loan. Unfortunately you can’t use the same covered time period that you used for PPP, which might reduce your ERC amount, but you can most definitely qualify for ERC.
What if my revenue went up in 2020 or 2021? Can I still qualify?
Yes! It’s called the “Employee Retention” credit, not the “Revenue Reduction” credit. It’s intended to help out the businesses that kept people employed during the hard times of pandemic, so you can qualify even if your revenue went up. You’ll need to qualify using one of the other qualification checks though – shutdowns / mandates or supply chain disruption.
How long is the ERC program open for?
For most businesses this will be open into 2024 (unless they change the rules again). It’s open as long as you can file amended 941-X returns, which is the later of 3 years from the date you filed your original return, or 2 years from the date you paid the payroll tax.
What if I have bad credit? Is there a credit check involved?
It doesn’t matter, because this is not a loan – it’s a tax credit. There are no credit checks, collateral, or personal guarantees required.
Can I qualify for ERC if my business is now closed?
Yes, there is a possibility. It depends on when the business closed.

Tax Credit

What documents do I need to send you?
To complete your tax credit, we’ll work with you and your CPA to get the following documents:
  • Payroll Journals outlining all payments, deductions, contributions and taxes for each employee for each paycheck during your ERC eligibility period.
  • Filed 941, 943 or 944 payroll reports.
  • Profit and Loss Statements (P&Ls) for 2020 and 2021
  • Tax returns for 2020 and 2021
  • PPP Loan Forgiveness Application (if applicable)
What if I didn’t pay that much in payroll taxes? Will the IRS actually send me a check?
Yes! This is a “refundable” tax credit, so that means if the IRS actually owes you more than you paid, it will send you a check for the difference.
Do I need to repay the tax credit?
Nope! There is nothing to repay with a tax credit. This is not a loan.
How long does it take to get my credit?
We are generally telling clients between 7-9 months. We take a few weeks to do the work, and the IRS is variable in how long it’s taking to process, but we’re seeing in the 7-9 month range. We do have an option to get you access to a portion of your credit within 30 days.
When will the ERC funds run out?
There is now set amount of funds set aside for this program, so there is no money that will run out! But you can only submit your amended payroll tax form for up to 3 years after initial filing. The IRS has also changed the rules on this program multiple times, so we recommend applying as soon as possible if you’re interested.
What if I have back taxes on my account with the IRS?
If you owe back taxes on your account, the IRS will deduct the amount you owe in back taxes from the credit amount, and will pay you the difference.
Is the ERC credit taxable?
The ERC credit is not actually considered taxable income for federal tax purposes. But what it might do is reduce your company’s deductible wage expenses by the tax credit amount, which will most likely increase your net profit, and therefore what you pay taxes on. Please provide the credit to your CPA or tax preparer for what to do.
Will I get in trouble with the IRS for filing?
Absolutely not! The IRS created this program and doubled-down on making it easier and more lucrative for businesses, so they really want you to file and use it.

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How much do you charge?
Our fees are paid only after you receive your credit, and are generally between 10% and 15%, depending on the complexity of your business. We do usually charge a retainer deposit upon initial agreement, but that amount is completely refundable if you do not end up qualifying or receiving your tax credit.
What if I don’t end up qualifying? Can I get my deposit back?
Yes, your initial retainer deposit is 100% refundable if you do not end up qualifying for or receiving your credit.