How a Second Opinion on the ERTC Can Help Your Business
As a business owner, you might believe that you and your company are eligible to apply for the Employee Retention Tax Credit, sometimes referred to as the ERTC or ERC. But considering that the IRS is starting to get serious about flagging potential fraud and other mistakes in ERTC applications, getting a second opinion on Employee Retention Tax Credits could help your business get the most money you’re entitled to while also avoiding an IRS audit headache.
Assistance with Employee Retention Tax Credits
An Employee Retention Tax Credit specialist already understands every nuance of the credit and will know best how to improve your refund. They can gather information and documentation for you while you focus on your business.
While you can certainly apply for the tax credit on your own, it might be worth getting a second opinion on Employee Retention Tax Credits just to make sure everything is in order. People who are already skilled in helping businesses claim the ERTC can evaluate your claim from start to finish to ensure every single piece of documentation is correct and you have less of a chance of running into issues with the IRS later.
ERTC tax professionals can calculate the tax credit refund amounts due to your business while making sure to boost what that return will look like. They can verify the information they work out with the team and resources they already have – and they won’t have to learn all about the ERTC application process from scratch like you would have to while you’re also trying to run your business.
Possibly most importantly, getting a second opinion on applying for Employee Retention Tax Credits can be helpful in the long run if the IRS does unfortunately flag your application for further investigation. If there is a request from the IRS for an audit, not long after your ERTC claim is sent or in the future, a good ERTC assistance professional should be willing to defend their work on your behalf.
Dayes Law Firm ERTC Assistance
At Dayes Law Firm, a strong defense against an IRS ERTC audit is just one of the services we can offer you when it comes to ERTC assistance. If we help you with an Employee Retention Tax Credit application and the IRS asks for additional information or your claim is audited, we will defend our work for no extra fees.
We believe our firm can prove that we are the right choice when it comes to additional assistance or a second opinion with Employee Retention Tax Credits. Our ERTC team and our partners have helped businesses file for more than $250 million in these tax credit claims, establishing that we have a clear record of success when it comes to managing applications for the ERTC.
Our fees are contingent upon recovering an ERTC refund for your business, which means you owe us nothing if we do not recover a refund for you. Reaching out to us for an initial evaluation of your Employee Retention Tax Credit shouldn’t worry you since the first consultation is free and there is no obligation to work with our firm after that meeting.
Please feel free to contact us for a no-obligation, free evaluation of your business’s needs when it comes to the ERTC, and we would be happy to give you our honest evaluation of how we can help. You can give us a call at 602-888-2900 or fill out the form on this page to get in touch with a member of our firm immediately. We hope to hear from you soon!