Qualifying for the ERC Credit

Qualifying for the ERC Credit

Jason Stahl talks to Ray Roth of Stout about what the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is and whether or not a collision repair facility can qualify for it.

In the latest episode of BodyShop Business: The Podcast, Jason Stahl talks to Ray Roth of Stout about what the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is and whether or not a collision repair facility can qualify for it.

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