Employee Retention Credit (ERC) for Restaurants, Hotels, and Resorts

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was launched in March 2020 to encourage restaurant businesses to keep employees on their payroll. The Employee Retention Tax Credit is one of the most substantial tax credits available to restaurants, hotels, and resorts that have encountered financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many employers in the hospitality, restaurant, and retail industry are still receiving this tax credit based on financial struggles during 2020 and the first three quarters of 2021.

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The Employee Retention Credit for Restaurants and Hotels 2022 - Qualify for the ERC Tax Credit

The employee retention credit is available for restaurants and hotels that are experiencing financial difficulties due to Covid-19 restrictions. Visit: ✅ Employee-Retention-Credit.info
The employee retention credit is a payroll tax credit that already has granted millions of dollars in cash and credits that are refundable to employers working in resort and hospitality industries such as hotels and restaurants.


The Employee Retention Credit ("ERC") was announced in March 2020 in order to motivate companies to retain employees on their payrolls. It is the employee Retention Tax Credit it is one of the biggest tax credits for restaurants and hotels who have faced financial hardships due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
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Even though business is improving right now, many companies in the retail and hospitality sector still receive these tax credit based on financial difficulties in 2020 and for the beginning of the 2021 quarter.

More information about the Employee Retention Tax Credit in the videos below.


Additional info on how the CARES ACT and Employee Retention Credit for Restaurants and Hotels can help your business to recover from Covid-19 suspensions with this credit available by the ERC law.

Contact our consulting company to see if your restaurant business payroll tax will qualify for the ERC. To see if you qualify for the ERC tax credit in your restaurant business look at the gross receipts test.

Gross Receipts Test
In the first, second and third quarters of 2021, to the extent the gross receipts of the hotel or restaurant are more than 20% down from the gross receipts of the organization in the same calendar quarter of 2019, the employer will qualify as an Eligible Employer.

The gross receipts decline requirements for 2020 may be more difficult to meet due to the requirement to show a greater than 50% decline.