What is the ERC?
The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is a program under the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) to provide businesses with a refundable tax credit on wages paid to employees as an incentive for an employer to retain employees on their payroll during the COVID-19 pandemic. Negatively affected businesses can apply for the program and can receive up to $26,000 per employee in tax credit that does not need to be paid back.
Schedule a Free Eligibility Analysis
Like many government programs, the ERC can be complex. We would like to extend a free, no-obligation preliminary eligibility analysis with one of our attorneys to answer any general questions you may have about the ERC and to determine whether your nonprofit might qualify. To schedule an appointment, simply use the link to our calendar below.
“Every nonprofit should be consulting a professional to see if their business qualifies for the Employee Retention Tax Credit. If you’re not, you are leaving dollars on the table”Steve Rosansky - President & CEO, Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce
Frequently Asked Questions
Let Our Attorneys Do the Heavy Lifting for You
LS Carlson Law has been assisting businesses for over 15 years. Unlike many third-party ERC “consultants,” we are an established law firm operating in multiple states. We have an excellent command of the application process and the legal requirements necessary to maximize your potential credit. And, we make the process extremely quick and easy, so you can get your credit as soon as possible.
- Step 1: Call Call to determine your eligibility by answering a few simple questions.
- Step 2: Run the Calculations We’ll run the calculations to provide you with a risk-free, cost-free tax credit refund estimate.
- Step 3: File the Forms We file all the necessary forms along with our supporting legal analysis to the IRS.
- Step 4: Receive Your Funds! Get the funds you need to keep your operations running smoothly.
“After discussing the program with my CPA I decided to consult with an attorney at LS Carlson Law and boy am I glad I did. The CPA didn't have a firm grasp on the laws and it literally gained me an additional $500K in relief funds”Michael Jones