ERTC – Government Giveaway?
Uncle Sam Owes Business Owners
The ERTC fund announces a potential opportunity for business owners to see them receive a tax credit based on being employers.
(March 2022) Uncle Sam Owes You, an organization solely focused on maximizing refundable claims for the Employee Retention Tax Credits, has recently announced that there would be a government giveaway that allows employers and business owners to get tax credits for their role in creating employment for Americans. The organization hopes that this move will encourage more small business owners to claim benefits that have been authorized by the government, which usually go unclaimed.
The ERTC experts started by pointing out that billions of dollars in government authorized stimulus go unclaimed every year. They explained that the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was put up to help small businesses retain employers during unprecedented economic times brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.
They said that this time, any business that had W-2 employees on their payroll could qualify for a government giveaway that could potentially result in an additional injection of cash to their business. They urged employers to take the initiative and determine if their business would qualify for this giveaway through a very easy process. The process involves filling out a form (no proprietary information required), after which they will receive a no-obligation quote on how much Uncle Sam owes them.
The organization concluded by encouraging business owners to try this out because they have nothing to lose, and after all, it’s your money.
About The Organization
As you would probably deduce from the name, Uncle Sam Owes You is an organization that helps businesses claim tax credits from the government. With a team of experts in all matters to do with accounting and tax filings, no one is in a better place to guide the potential opportunities for tax credits.
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Ellen Chamberlain is from Arlington VA and has always been interested in figuring out new things and that led them to science reporting. Ellen researches and reports on new tech and AI related news. She also enjoys video games and reading.