ERC Payroll Tax Refunds
Corporate Strategies has worked with a wide roster of clients. Previously funded ERC payroll tax refunds include:
What is the ERC Payroll Tax Refund Program?
The Employee Retention Credit Payroll Tax Refund Program was created by the CARES Act to reward employers who kept employees on payroll during the pandemic. Businesses, churches, and non-profits can qualify for up to $26,000 per employee.
Our ERC payroll tax refund accounting professionals will meticulously determine your tax refund eligibility amount on a contingency basis. There is no payment obligation until your refund amount is known and your amended tax return has been filed.
For more information, please review our ERC Refund Frequently Asked Questions.
How Does the Process Work?
Is Your Church, Non-Profit, or Business Entitled to Receive Up to $26,000 per Employee in ERC Payroll Tax Refunds?
If you had fewer than 100 FT Employees in 2020 or 500 in 2021, check all of the following that applies to you to see if you qualify for ERC payroll tax refunds of up to $26,000 per employee.
Due to government orders, reduced hours of operation in 2020 or 2021 by 10% or more compared to same 2019 quarter
Due to government orders, reduction in services, revenues, or goods sold to your customers by 10% or more in 2020 or 2021 compared to same 2019 quarter
If you checked any boxes above, we believe you will be eligible to receive an ERC payroll tax refund. Our clients average $353,000 in refunds.
Why Choose Corporate Strategies?
Since 1984, Corporate Strategies Merchant Bankers has provided private funding solutions from $2,500,000 to $25,000,000 for small to medium-sized (SMB) businesses and non-profits whose loan applications have been rejected by conventional banks. Our 40 years of experience uniquely qualifies us to bring our SMB clients the CARES Act Employee Retention Credit (ERC) Payroll Tax Refund Program. Here’s why:
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- Client historical revenues;
- Comparative financial statements from 2019-2021;
- The beginning and ending dates of all COVID-related mandates that pertain to each client (including city, county, state, and federal mandates);
- The demonstrated cumulative negative impact of those mandates on all manner of client operations.
- IRS guidance specific to the Client’s claims for the ERC payroll tax refund and documented basis for claims
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