How Can Tax Professionals Assist Businesses With ERTC Claims?

October 10, 2023
Dayes Law Firm

In mid-September, the IRS ordered a halt on processing Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC/ERC) claims through the end of the year and recommended that business owners who haven’t applied but are still interested in claiming the credit should “seek out a trusted tax professional who actually understands the complex ERC rules.” But how exactly can a tax professional help a business with their Employee Retention Tax Claim?

ERTC Assistance 

A skilled law firm, like the professionals on the team at Dayes Law Firm, can help you with ERTC application assistance. A tax professional can determine if your business is even eligible for the tax credit in the first place and file the appropriate amended quarterly payroll tax returns on your behalf to claim your ERTC funds. 

This might be your best bet for avoiding any potential issues with the IRS, given that the agency is now closely scrutinizing any new claims and is concerned about “businesses filing dubious claims.” A trusted tax professional can make sure all of the information and documentation you send the IRS is correct and that you actually qualify to claim the credit, unlike more questionable third-party promoters that may be “increasingly putting businesses at financial risk,” the agency warned in their September 14 moratorium announcement.

Our team of experienced tax professionals has already helped many business owners apply for the Employee Retention Tax Credit refunds they’re entitled to through the program. In fact, our clients have already received over $25 million in funds for ERTC claims! 

Having our tax professionals on your side to assist in claiming the ERTC for your business means having a team of people with the knowledge and resources to tackle every step of the process in your corner. Your time as a business owner is valuable, and you already have a lot to juggle. Having someone to assist you with this crucial credit means you’d have one less thing to worry about in managing your business. 

And, possibly most importantly given the recent IRS moratorium, if your Employee Retention Tax Credit is somehow flagged by the agency,  your tax professional should be willing to stand behind their work and fight any claim of fraud from the IRS. At Dayes Law Firm, for example, we will defend any businesses we work with if they face an ERTC audit or if there is ever a request for an audit in the future. 

Contact Dayes Law Firm for ERTC Help

The peace of mind that may come with hiring a tax professional to assist you and your business with an ERTC claim is well worth it. If you’re still not sure if it’s the right move for you, our firm offers a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your unique circumstances and Employee Retention Tax Credit questions or concerns. 

The tax attorneys and other legal professionals at Dayes Law Firm and our partners can discuss your situation and determine the best plan to move forward when it comes to the ERTC. We can work with you during an initial evaluation to show you how having a tax professional on your side would benefit your business in particular. 

Please contact us by calling (800) 503-2000 today to learn more!

In mid-September, the IRS ordered a halt on processing Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC/ERC) claims through the end of the year and recommended that business owners who haven’t applied but are still interested in claiming the credit should “seek out a trusted tax professional who actually understands the complex ERC rules.” But how exactly can a tax professional help a business with their Employee Retention Tax Claim?

ERTC Assistance 

A skilled law firm, like the professionals on the team at Dayes Law Firm, can help you with ERTC application assistance. A tax professional can determine if your business is even eligible for the tax credit in the first place and file the appropriate amended quarterly payroll tax returns on your behalf to claim your ERTC funds. 

This might be your best bet for avoiding any potential issues with the IRS, given that the agency is now closely scrutinizing any new claims and is concerned about “businesses filing dubious claims.” A trusted tax professional can make sure all of the information and documentation you send the IRS is correct and that you actually qualify to claim the credit, unlike more questionable third-party promoters that may be “increasingly putting businesses at financial risk,” the agency warned in their September 14 moratorium announcement.

Our team of experienced tax professionals has already helped many business owners apply for the Employee Retention Tax Credit refunds they’re entitled to through the program. In fact, our clients have already received over $25 million in funds for ERTC claims! 

Having our tax professionals on your side to assist in claiming the ERTC for your business means having a team of people with the knowledge and resources to tackle every step of the process in your corner. Your time as a business owner is valuable, and you already have a lot to juggle. Having someone to assist you with this crucial credit means you’d have one less thing to worry about in managing your business. 

And, possibly most importantly given the recent IRS moratorium, if your Employee Retention Tax Credit is somehow flagged by the agency,  your tax professional should be willing to stand behind their work and fight any claim of fraud from the IRS. At Dayes Law Firm, for example, we will defend any businesses we work with if they face an ERTC audit or if there is ever a request for an audit in the future. 

Contact Dayes Law Firm for ERTC Help

The peace of mind that may come with hiring a tax professional to assist you and your business with an ERTC claim is well worth it. If you’re still not sure if it’s the right move for you, our firm offers a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your unique circumstances and Employee Retention Tax Credit questions or concerns. 

The tax attorneys and other legal professionals at Dayes Law Firm and our partners can discuss your situation and determine the best plan to move forward when it comes to the ERTC. We can work with you during an initial evaluation to show you how having a tax professional on your side would benefit your business in particular. 

Please contact us by calling (800) 503-2000 today to learn more!