THE CLOSEST THING TO FREE MONEY FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Take Advantage of the EMPLOYEE RETENTION TAX CREDITS that the IRS Owes You
If you paid employees in 2020 and/or 2021, your business likely qualifies
for a refund check from the IRS … even non-profits & startups
And there is no need to pay back the tax credits you receive!
What are Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC) ?
The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was approved under the CARES Act for all businesses for the purpose of keeping their employees working.
The ERTC is basically a “refund check” issued by the IRS to partially reimburse eligible employers for their payroll costs.
Employers can receive up to $26,000 per employee.
Bottom line, there is a tremendous amount of money waiting to be claimed!
Click any image below to read the article
(… a new window will open, when done click your browser Back button to return to this page)
Who Are We ?
Apply4ERTC is a subsidiary of Purple Cow Capital, a leader in the “alternative lending” industry since 2019. When the banks say NO, Purple Cow Capital says YES.
Purple Cow Capital is always looking for new ways to help our small to mid-sized business clients. But, when we were first introduced to Employee Retention Tax Credits, they sounded too good to be true and unfortunately we initially ignored the program because it just didn’t seem real.
However, after multiple inquiries from our loyal client base, we needed to take a second look. What we discovered is that Congress actually did something very intelligent (imagine that!) and passed legislation to encourage and reward businesses to keep their employees on the payroll during the pandemic. (To clarify, the ERTC bill is actually part of the original CARES Act.)
So in early 2021, Purple Cow Capital partnered with an experienced team of tax professionals that does nothing but handle the complexities of preparing the IRS tax forms required for businesses to apply for their ERTC refund checks. We named this new entity Apply4ERTC.
It’s been rewarding to enlighten and help business owners that suffered financially because of COVID, claim the additional stimulus money they’re entitled to receive.