WE'VE HELPED THOUSANDS OF BUSINESSES GET BILLIONS BACK IN REFUNDS
What Is ERC?
ERC is a stimulus program, through the CARES ACT, designed to help businesses that were able to retain their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Claim the refundable tax credit for your small or mid-sized business.
DO I QUALIFY?
We’ve successfully assisted thousands of companies to obtain their ERTC or Refund. Our CPAs and Attorneys are laser focused on ERTC, it 's our specialty.
Speed! We have the manpower to help you quickly - don’t wait - work with a tax refund company that really understands what’s needed to obtain your ERTC.
SKC tax specialists and CPA professionals.
We do all the work on contingency, you don't pay anything until you have received your refund/benefit from the IRS.
LOOK AGAIN; even if you have been told you don't qualify.
There is much more to interpreting each eligibility criteria than meets the eye. We have the expertise and will spend the time not only to calculate it properly but to support your business’s refund.
Don't Let Misconceptions Hold You Back from Claiming Your Refund.
The Employee Retention Tax Credit is heavily underutilized due to misconceptions about eligibility.
If one of the objections below is holding you back from applying, we still want to hear from you!
It is very likely you are eligible to receive thousands if not millions in funding for your business.
Come to a specialist, not a generalist. Square Kilometer Capital accountants and lawyers have deep technical expertise and will guide you through this process. Our CPA team ensures proper tax filing and audit support.
Revenue is just one of many factors that determine whether you qualify for ERTC. In fact, companies without a considerable revenue decline, and even increases in revenue, can still qualify for the employee retention tax credit.
Misconception # 2
Our business is not essential.
Your business does not have to be deemed “essential” to qualify for the Employee Retention Tax Credit. If you own a small business, any small business, it’s worth applying with us.
Misconception # 3
We have received a Paycheck Protection Program loan so I do not qualify.
Companies that have received PPP fundings are STILL eligible for the Employee Retention Tax Credit. Let us take another look for you.
Misconception # 4
Our revenue went up after a change in the market.
Although your revenue may have increased overall for the year. many companies experienced declines in one or more quarters in 2020 and/or 2021 when compared to 2019. These short-term revenue declines allow you to qualify, even with increased annual revenues.
Misconception # 5
My business is too new.
As long as you have had W-2 employees since 2021, you could be eligible. The ERTC program eligibility criteria was expanded to
accommodate new businesses.
Misconception # 6
It's too late to apply for the ERTC.
You still have time! If eligible, employers can claim the ERTC for qualified wages paid in 2020, as well as 01. Q2. and Q3 of 2021.
The windows is closing soon, call us now so we can help you.
Still unsure if you qualify?
It's a complicated process - we get it! Read our FAQs or speak directly to one of our Square Kilometer Specialists by giving us a call.