Employee Retention Credits
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The credit existed from March 13, 2020, through the end of 2021, and even though the program is now closed, a business can still get the credit by filing amended payroll reports. This webinar will cover everything a business needs to know about the ERC.
- The 3 ways to qualify
- What size of employer qualifies
- What exactly are "wages"?
- How to calculate the credit
- How to claim the credit (Form 941-X)
- Paperwork what is the audit period?
- Impact of PPP loans no double-dipping
- Impact on tax returns yes, the ERC is taxable
Who Should Attend
Payroll Professionals, Office Managers, Bookkeepers, Accountants
Why Should You Attend
The employee retention credit (ERC) is a valuable but often-overlooked tax credit for businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.