How Your Business Could Get up to $26k per Employee Through the Employee Retention Credit - BodyShop Business

How Your Business Could Get up to $26k per Employee Through the Employee Retention Credit

Speakers

Susan Givens, Publisher, AutoSuccess

Sponsored By Stenson Tamaddon

Date: October 27, 2022

Was your business impacted during the pandemic? If your answer is yes, your business could be eligible to receive up to $26,000 per qualifying employee through the Employee Retention Credit. Passed as a part of the CARES Act in 2020, this tax credit is available to help businesses recover from the economic fallout that occurred.

In this webinar, we’ll do a deep dive into the history of ERC and explain how a business can claim these funds. We’ll also explain how filing for the tax credit doesn’t have to be a headache.

Here are some of the key things you’ll take away from the webinar:

  • What is the ERC?
  • Who can qualify for the tax credit?
  • What are some common misconceptions surrounding ERC?
  • How you can file for this credit through Stenson Tamaddon.

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