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to the ERC Process.

Avoid the Credit Mills

When assisting with ERC claims, we believe that the only ethical approach is to provide you with all of the tools needed to know if you qualify, how you qualify, and how strong your argument is per qualifying period. Our flat fee and educational style allow you to make a truly informed decision about your ERC claim – without the pressure of the aggressive, percentage-based “credit mills.”

Avoid the Credit Mills

When assisting with ERC claims, we believe that the only ethical approach is to provide you with all of the tools needed to know if you qualify, how you qualify, and how strong your argument is per qualifying period. Our flat fee and educational style allow you to make a truly informed decision about your ERC claim – without the pressure of the aggressive, percentage-based “credit mills.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Employment Retention Credit (ERC)?

The Employee Retention Credit under the CARES Act encourages businesses to keep employees on their payroll. The refundable tax credit is 50% of up to $10,000 in wages paid by an eligible employer whose business has been financially impacted by COVID-19.

Why haven’t I heard about this from my financial advisor?

The ERC has gone through significant changes and updates since it was first introduced in the CARES Act. For any professional not solely focusing on the ERC, it may have been too much to keep up with. There is still significant misunderstanding of the program based on previous versions of the law and, unfortunately, many business owners are disqualifying themselves due to poor guidance or misinformation. Understanding the full intricacies and subsequent guidance of the ERC law is our specialty, and we encourage you to let us take a look to see how you can qualify.

Why should I pick Clarity over some of the other tax consulting companies that handle the ERC?

Clarity was founded because we saw two major problems affecting business owners in regard to the ERC. The first was that too many companies who could qualify for these credits either don’t know about the ERC, or assumed they were ineligible. The second, and more disturbing issue, was that consulting firms were taking advantage of this confusion and getting companies to sign contracts paid with a percentage of their ERC credits. Many companies were footing bills for hundreds of thousands of dollars for consulting services. Imagine having to pay someone 20%-30% of your PPP amount when you filed to receive it. The same thing is happening to unsuspecting businesses with employee retention credits.

Our goal is to educate as many businesses as possible on the ERC and, should they qualify, only charge a flat fee to assist them in compiling, quantifying, and filing for the credits.