If you haven’t applied for the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC/ERC) on behalf of your business yet, and know that a deadline to do so is quickly approaching, you might be concerned about the best possible way to navigate making a claim in a short amount of time. Fortunately, a tax attorney can help you and provide valuable insight along the way. 

What Unique Insights Can a Tax Attorney Offer to Navigate ERTC Claims?

A tax attorney with experience in helping businesses claim the ERTC, like the ones at Dayes Law Firm, may be able to assist with your claim process and help you move through navigating that process more quickly. They can help ensure your claim is not only as strong as it can possibly be but also as accurate as possible to avoid scrutiny from the IRS

You may have heard the IRS announced an ERTC moratorium until the end of 2023 due to concerns about fraudulent claims. Some of the businesses caught up in ERTC audits from the federal agency may not have even meant to be fraudulent but got caught up with dishonest third-party promoters who landed them in hot water. 

Who better to help you avoid issues with the federal agency tasked with enforcing and administering federal tax laws than a tax attorney? Tax professionals are already aware of how to best deal with the IRS and the exact information the agency will want for your claim. They can calculate the refund amounts due to your business and verify them with more experience than you may have in-house, which benefits your business in claiming the ERTC.

Tax attorneys can answer questions you may have about the Employee Retention Tax Credit or reassure you regarding concerns that may have kept you from claiming the credit so far. A reputable ERTC specialist should also be able to offer strong assistance with ERTC application-related complications like audits or necessary defense of audits as well. 

That’s what we can offer at Dayes Law Firm, and we believe the unique experience and insight our team can give you when navigating ERTC claims is invaluable for any business owner who still needs to claim the credit. 

Contact Dayes Law Firm for Assistance

The Employee Retention Tax Credit team at Dayes Law Firm has helped many businesses with filing for over $250 million in ERTC claims so far. We can offer you and your business a free, no-obligation consultation to talk about how we can best assist you with your application, too. 

Our fees are contingent upon recovering a refund for your business, which means you owe us nothing if we do not ultimately recover an ERTC refund for you. We truly believe we can prove to you that we are the right choice to partner with if you need a tax attorney with the experience necessary to best navigate the ERTC. 
Please contact us for a no-obligation, free evaluation of your situation. You can give our firm a call at (800) 503-2000 and a member of our team would be happy to speak with you. Give us a call today – we look forward to hearing from you!