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Can I get both PPP and ERC? Financial Match Explains Employee Retention Credits

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The Cares Act was enacted to help individuals and businesses offset challenges experienced as a result of the pandemic. For businesses, these difficulties were due to supply chain disruptions, mandated operational limitations, or revenue reductions due to the economic calamity that resulted from COVID-19. 

ERC (Employee Retention Credits) were part of the Cares Act, designed to help businesses recover and continue operations. Financial Match is one company helping many businesses claim millions in ERC credits.

Businesses that experienced difficulty due to the pandemic and employed W-2 employees may be eligible to amend their 2020 and/or 2021 tax returns to receive a cash credit of up to $26,000 per employee. These ERC cash credits are available even to businesses that received PPP loans, with some limitations. 

Financial Match offers unique expertise and access to ERC optimization and submission support for business owners throughout the country. They created a free quiz to assist business owners in finding out how much they can get. You can take the quiz at www.financialmatch.com

Their network of Certified Public Accountants work with businesses to obtain the highest amount of eligible credit in the shortest amount of time possible. Eligibility surrounding ERC is defined by complicated laws that professionals, including traditional accountants and CFOs, may not have dealt with before and don’t necessarily have the expertise to navigate.

That’s where Financial Match comes in. We are experts in accessing these credits, gathering the required documentation, and partnering with world-class CPAs to properly calculate the highest possible credit amounts for our clients and draft any required filings to obtain credits as quickly as possible. 

These days, companies are looking to capitalize on every opportunity to weather financial storms,” says one of Financial Match’s top executives. “We give business owners, no matter what industry or state they’re in, the chance to successfully utilize and maximize government programs that offer up to $26,000 of cash credits per employee. That’s a huge infusion of cash right when inflation is sky high, and a massive recession might be looming around the corner. This program is a no-brainer for businesses everywhere.” 

Their team prides itself on achieving results at a remarkably quick pace, faster than much of our competition, all without compromising the quality of our service. Unlike many competitors that use offshore contractors or tax preparers, Financial Match utilizes a network of professional licensed certified public accountants for all of our client’s needs. 

In addition to our team of ERC experts, Financial Match provides clients access to ‘white glove’ onboarding liaisons to make the necessary document collection and filing preparation as hands off for our clients as possible. 

Our goal is to focus on all of our clients ERC needs so that they can focus on running their business. Our ability to help business owners has been so powerful and motivating. Just last week we submitted a file to the IRS for a $1.19 million dollar credit for a mechanical supply company with 68 employees in Cyprus, Texas,” says a Financial Match advisor. 

Obtaining Employee Retention Credits is a must for businesses that qualify. Partnering with Financial Match allows companies to optimize their credit amounts and navigate the complicated and labor-intensive Cares Act. Financial Match has quickly become a leading ERC advisor and preferred partner to small businesses. See how much you could qualify for by going to www.financialmatch.com

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