Dyer & Associates CPA, PLLC is reviewing Employee Retention Credit claims for businesses affected by Covid. In order to be impacted by Covid your business had to have a government order to shut down or a drop in gross receipts during 2020 or 2021 compared to 2019.
Examples of eligibility include but are not limited to (1) gross receipts drop per quarter in 2020 by 50% or 20% in 2021 compared to 2019. (2) Supply chain disruptions due to government order and inability to get parts or materials to perform work or continue manufacturing. (3) Government orders to cut back on hours of operation or limitations on group meetings or gatherings that affect business.
If you feel you may be entitled to the Employee Retention Credit, contact us today to help you apply for the credits and help evaluate your claim. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request our Employee Retention Credit questionnaire for your evaluation.
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AtDyer & Associates CPA, PLLC, we are helping businesses analyze, record, and document the Employee Retention Tax Credit so that they comply with the IRS and take advantage of the credit Congress enacted to help businesses during the pandemic. This is a refundable tax credit against a portion of the Social Security tax equal to fifty percent of wages paid to your employees on or after March 12, 2020 to December 31, 2020. This percentage increased to seventy percent in 2021.
Tax preparation and filing are things both individuals and companies often find a challenge. While some of us have the knowledge and skills to maintain our monthly accounts, we often need assistance arranging our receipts, preparing our documents, and planning to ensure we save our hard-earned money.
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Starting your own business is hard work. Besides building your core product or service, you also need to have operational knowledge of numerous other facets of the company. In the early stages of your small business, hiring additional staff or even contractors to manage some of these roles may not be an option. In such a situation, you are faced with the intimidating task of having to learn as much as possible in a short period. As such, it is possible to make mistakes due to a lack of experience and expertise, especially regarding the more technical aspects such as accounting and tax.
An accountant is responsible for preparing accounts and tax returns, administering payrolls, controlling income and expenditure, auditing financial information, and compiling reports. Similarly, a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) prepares audited or reviewed financial statements and files reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Hiring a CPA also comes with the benefit of IRS (Internal Revenue Service) representation.