Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) For Staffing Agencies

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was launched in March 2020 to encourage businesses to keep employees on their payroll. The Employee Retention Tax Credits are one of the most substantial tax credits available to staffing firms and recruiting agencies that have encountered financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Even if business is improving now, many employers in the hospitality 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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What are the Employee Retention Tax Credit Qualifications and Eligibility?

Find out more about the Employee Retention Credit in 2022 to see if your business qualifies. The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC), is part of the CARES ACT of 2020 that includes the PPP and EIDL. The program ended on September 30th but you can still file a claim for a retroactive tax credit. Visit: ✅ Employee-Retention-Credit.info

Who's Eligible for the Employee Retention Tax Credit?

Non-profits and businesses that shut down or reduced their operations during the pandemic could be eligible even if they received PPP funding, but you could still be qualified for ERTC.

What exactly is the ERC?

The Employee Retention Credit under the CARES Act encourages businesses to retain workers on payroll. The tax credit is refundable. The tax credit is 50% of the amount of wages that are paid by an employer that is eligible who has had their business financially affected by COVID-19.
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Who is eligible to be eligible for the Employee Retention Tax Credit

It is 50 percent of up to $10,000 of wages earned through an employer whose company is suspended completely or in part due to COVID-19 or whose gross revenues fall to more than 50 percent.

Do you need to repay your employee retention credit

This Employee Retention Credit can be a 100% refundable tax credit for employers equal to 50 % of the wages that are qualified (including the allocable health plan expenses) which eligible employers pay their employees.

What does this employee retention credit per employee

In 2021 in 2021, for 2021 the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is an annual tax credit against the employer's portion of payroll taxes. This tax credit is 70% of the first $10,000 of wages for each employee during the quarter in 2021. This means the tax credit can be valued at up to $7,000 per quarter and can be up to $28,000 annually for each employee.

How long will it take to get an employee retention credit refund

How long will it take to get employee retention credit refund?

If employers have already filed their 2020 tax return The IRS will immediately take care of the credit, and give an ERTC refund. So, the majority of employers will get their ERTC refund between eight and 10 weeks following the filing of their tax return.

Who can be eligible for this employee retention credit 2022?

Who qualifies for Employee Retention? The tax credits for employee retention are based on the accounting records of your business as of the year 2019. Therefore, you could be eligible for the tax credit if you had less than 500 employees the year. That means your gross earnings in 2020 or 2021 should be less than 20% lower than the same quarter in the year 2019.

More information: irs.gov/newsroom/faqs-employee-retention-credit-under-the-cares-act

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