The ERC is a tax credit that was introduced as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in March 2020. Its purpose is to encourage businesses to keep employees on their payroll and continue operating during the pandemic.
Cash Flow Benefits
Increasing Employee Morale
Covering employee wages and benefits
Operating Expenses Assistance
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Small businesses can claim ERC by filing IRS Form 941 which is the employer’s quarterly federal tax return.
Documantion must compulsorily include employee benefits, their weekly or monthly wages, expenses, and revenue records.
It is essential for small businesses they must claim the ERC by the end of their calendar year following the year in which the qualified wages were paid.
To make the most of the ERC, small businesses should understand the eligibility requirements, maintain documentation, and work with trusted advisors to navigate the complex application process.