Employee Retention Credit

If you're having second thoughts about your Employee Retention Credit, you may be able to fully withdraw your claim if the IRS hasn't paid it, or if you've received a check but haven't cashed or deposited it. For more information, visit IRS.gov/withdrawmyERC.

IRS Orders Immediate Stop to New Employee Retention Credit Processing Amid Surge of Questionable Claims

This article was published by the IRS. Amid rising concerns about a flood of improper Employee Retention Credit claims, the Internal Revenue Service today announced an immediate moratorium through at least the end of the year on processing new claims for the pandemic-era relief program to protect honest small business owners from scams. IRS Commissioner Danny [...]

Don’t Fall for Schemes Promoting the Employee Retention Credit

Remember, you are responsible for any information on your tax return. Beware of schemes that push you to claim the Employee Retention Credit, even if you're not eligible for it. You could end up having to repay the credit, with penalties and interest. Visit IRS.gov/erc.

Don’t Fall for Employee Retention Credit Scams

The IRS is urging people to beware of ads that promise big money by claiming the employee retention tax credit. This is a real credit that helps businesses that were affected by the pandemic, but scammers are telling people they qualify when they don't. The scammer takes a fee and your personal information. If you're not [...]

Guidance for Employers Claiming the Employee Retention Credit for First Two Quarters of 2021

This article was published by the IRS. The IRS has issued guidance for employers claiming the Employee Retention Credit under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) modified by the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2020 (Relief Act). Notice 2021-23 explains the changes to the Employee Retention Credit for the [...]

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