Filing the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) can be a hassle. You don’t have to tackle this issue on your own. At Dayes Law Firm, the ERTS team has extensive experience and knowledge of the ERTC. The IRS directory features “Trey” Alberte Dayes III, partner at Dayes Law Firm, as an IRS-recognized tax return preparer.

As a business owner, it can be overwhelming to sort through scammers claiming to help you take advantage of the ERTC. You need a dependable tax professional with a reputation to help you make the best decisions — like the Dayes Law Firm.

What Is the IRS Directory, and Why Does It Matter?

The Internal Revenue Service provides an online public directory to help citizens find tax return assistance without falling for scams. This simplifies the process of finding qualified tax return preparers in your area.

Anyone with a Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) can prepare your taxes. However, tax preparers have varying levels of skills, education, and experience. Some preparers, for instance, have limited representation rights. This means they cannot represent you if they didn’t prepare your taxes and can’t help you in matters involving appeals or collection issues. 

With the IRS directory, you can search for preparers with the qualifications you need. For example, you can see if they participated in the Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP). Because the IRS directory features “Trey” Alberte Dayes III, business owners know they can count on the team at Dayes Law Firm as credentialed tax preparers. 

What Is Claiming the ERTC, and How Can Dayes Law Firm Help With It?

The ERTC is a tax credit the government introduced in 2020 with the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. This tax credit rewards businesses that kept employees on payroll during the COVID-19 pandemic. The credit reimburses employers for a portion of employee wages from 2020 and 2021. 

In 2021, the Consolidated Appropriations Act extended the ERTC through 2021 and expanded the eligibility requirements. Then, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act limited the ERTC to the first three quarters of 2021. In September 2023, the IRS placed a moratorium on new ERTC claims.

All of these revisions can be confusing to follow as a business owner. That is where Trey and the ERTC recovery team at Dayes Law Firm come in. We have the tools and knowledge to ensure you are IRS-compliant and seek the maximum ERTC refund for your business. 

Having a tax professional help you through this process protects you from fraudulent ERTC claims, which could lead to serious financial repercussions. Our team will help you:

  • Determine if you’re an eligible employer
  • Calculate your eligible wages for each qualifying quarter
  • File your claim for the ERTC properly
  • Manage any IRS audits 

Meet “Trey” Alberte Dayes III: ERTC Tax Professional With Dayes Law Firm

When you rely on a tax preparer for something as important as your ERTC claim, you want to ensure you’re making the right decision. Knowing that the IRS directory features Trey is a good start, but you might want to know more. 

Dayes has been practicing law since 1996 after earning his Juris Doctor from Brigham Young University’s J. Rueben Clark Law School. He wrote “Drafting a Limited Liability Clause that Will Pass the Scrutiny of Utah Courts,” which the BYU Journal of Public Law published. Since then, he’s represented corporations across Arizona and Utah. A highlight of his career was winning $3 million in a class-action lawsuit.

Dayes seeks to ease his clients’ fear when dealing with the IRS. He values education, empathy, and clear communication. 

Since the IRS directory features Trey Dayes, you can rest assured that he has the qualifications, experience, and reputation to help you claim the ERTC. Call 800-503-2000 today for a free consultation