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Let The ERTC Experts Help You Get The Maximum For Each W2 Employee You Paid A Wage In March Of 2020 Thru Q3 Of 2021

via the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC). If you own a Business, Church, or run a Non-profit organization: Click the blue button below for details on how to have a CPA team of verified ERTC Experts calculate the EXACT amount your qualified entity should receive prior to payment. Or elect to get a 100% FREE estimate in minutes!

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What Exactly Is The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC)?

The ERTC, also referred to as the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), was created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. It was signed into law in March 2020 to encourage business owners to keep employees on their payroll. The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) amended & extended the credit through the end of the third quarter of 2021.

One of the most significant amendments made to the law is that businesses which previously received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, may now be eligible to receive the Employee Retention Tax Credit!

Unlike the PPP and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), the ERTC is not a loan. ERTC funds are yours to keep. They are paid directly to your qualified business entity by the IRS. Plus, there are no restrictions on how the money is to be spent once received!

Additionally, both full-time & part-time W2 employee counts can be considered to determine your tax credit amount. Using the year 2019 W2 count as the base: Your full-time W2 payroll number cannot exceed 500 employees. Even better, the count of eligible part-time W2 employees is unlimited!


ERTC Express has a Certified Public Account (CPA) team that can do the tedious & complex calculations at no upfront cost to you! Just provide their firm with the needed documents, sign a service agreement, and then US-based and licensed CPAs can be assigned to your file.

Once you know the exact amount your business is qualified to receive from the IRS, ERTC Express can then prepare your amended tax documents & file your 941-x forms.

As part of their services, they provide you with Audit-proof Documentation for IRS support and a CPA will sign your paperwork prior to being submitted. You also have the option to pay for their services only after you receive your tax credit from the IRS.

To ensure the ultimate accuracy of your Employee Retention Tax Credit calculations, ERTC Express uses "The Power Of 3" Method™. Meaning, 3 CPAs that all work independently of one another are assigned to your file and all 3 CPAs MUST come to the same tax credit amount before any paperwork is submitted to the IRS.


In order for ERTC Express to determine if your business qualifies for this tax credit at no upfront cost to you, there are two requirements: You MUST have 3 or more W2 employees and have paid at least $150,000 in annual payroll in 2019.

If your business meets these two requirements and experienced a full or partial shutdown mandated by the local, state, or federal government between 2020 and 2022, you should DEFINITELY see if your business qualifies for this tax credit. 

Again, you can get a 100% FREE estimate in minutes based on your part-time and full-time W2 employee count. Or let a team of CPAs that are ERTC Experts tell you the exact amount your business is qualified to received prior to paying anything!


We partnered with ERTC Express because their team is phenomenal! They have excelled at being trustworthy, transparent, and thorough in the handling of our clients. It is a pleasure to be working with them to truly reward business owners financially that kept employees on payroll during the pandemic.

Jared Knight

Founder | JK Endeavors, LLC

ERTC Express Has Already Helped 9000+ Businesses Receive More Than $1.3 Billion Via The Employee Retention Tax Credit!

***Make time TODAY to see if your business qualifies for this tax credit. Just click the green button below for details on how to check your status and access the most frequently asked questions. REMEMBER: You only have until April 2024 to file to maximize your tax credit because consideration of your 2020 wages expire.***