It's not too late for ERC! Up to $21,000 per employee

NO Upfront Fees

You can Pay now or Pay later

* 2020 retroactive filings have expired, reducing ERC from $26,000/employee to $21,000

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) is a retroactive tax credit that rewards businesses for keeping at least 2 employees on payroll in 2020 and/or 2021. This government funded program was passed through the CARES Act. It’s a cash refund on taxes you already paid.

It’s not a loan, it’s money sent to you via check.

Get up to $21,000 per W-2 employee.

Businesses that received PPP funds are eligible.

No restrictions on how to spend your check.

Time is running out. There are deadlines to file your claim.

Let Us Lift Your Business

We are excited to help put money back into your pocket.

Our financial experts will maximize your ERC credits retroactively to 2021.

We file all the necessary paperwork and handle all follow-ups. The process is made easy for you.

Call Our ERC Support Center at 818-208-1885, Monday through Friday, 8am-7pm CT.

We make filing your ERC easy.



Provide all needed information through ourOnline Application



Your dedicated ERC Consultant will guide you at every turn.



We handle all communications and follow-up, leaving no work for you to do.



You receive your check in the mail.


No Out of Pocket Fees

Choose to have ERC filing fees deducted from your ERC Refund or pay a discounted Fee at Filing.

We Stand By Our Work

ERC Expertise

Our ERC consultants and CPAs are well-versed with changes to IRS and CARES Act  regulations and ongoing Guidance.

Timeline Validation

We only submit amended payroll tax returns that cover impacted quarters. We validate the beginning and end-dates for COVID-related Government Orders and maintain a database of these for all 50 States.

Benefit Coordination

We appropriately coordinate ERC benefits with other Federal Covid relief, including PPP, RRF, EFMLA, EPSLA, and WOTC benefits, as required by law.

Verified Filing

All information our CPAs include in filings, particularly concerning a business’ revenue drop, can be backed by verifiable documentation.

Audit Assistance

If the IRS reviews or audits your ERC filing, we will provide all necessary information from which we calculated your ERC amount. We also offer a comprehensive audit protection policy for an additional fee.

Are You Still Hesitant?

Don’t be discouraged by the bad press surrounding ERC claims.  ERC was designed specifically for industries like ours, as we were impacted the most by Covid.

The IRS briefly suspended ERC processing to filter out fraudulent claims, but have since resumed processing legitimate claims. This law was designed for employers like you, so don’t delay filing your ERC any longer

What sets us apart:

Filing for an ERC can be complex and time-consuming, and many beauty/barbering employers who used their tax accountant or tried to self-file, ended up leaving considerable money on the table.

Experts in IRS and cares act regulation & ongoing guidance
Dedicated ECT profess ional for every step
Free audit support & protection
Pay at the end option
Option for and immediate advance on the ERC
IRC Monitoring & tracking
Validation of covid-related government orders dates
All info submitted backed by verifiable documentation
Tech-enables process


How much can I receive?

The law provides up to $21,000 per employee, depending on how your business was impacted in 2021 by Covid restrictions and/or lost revenues. Fill out our short contact form, so that we can set up a call to discuss your organization’s needs.

How do I know if my business is eligible?

Start the process to determine your eligibility and in minutes we can help you find out the tax credits owed to businesses like yours. Even if you weren’t eligible to claim in 2020, you may be eligible now. This credit can be claimed retroactively.

Can I apply for the ERC myself? Or can my CPA?

Businesses using our service have averaged up to 20% more funding than a CPA not familiar with the ERC.

Where does the money come from? Is it like the PPP?

The ERC credit comes from taxes you already paid. It offsets all federal employment tax paid from eligible quarters from 2020 and 2021. And it’s not a loan, so you don’t have to pay it back.

What are the restrictions on the funds?

ERC funds can be used for anything. The federal government set up the ERC to reward businesses that kept W2 employees on the payroll during the pandemic. This money is yours to be spent any way you need.

Will the funds run out?

There is no limit to the amount of ERC funds available, but there are filing deadlines. We can help you file your ERC request in time to claim all the funds owed to you. Start the process now to claim the money you're entitled to.

What do we charge?

Our financial experts will review your 2021 tax return and all relevant financial statements to maximize your total tax credit.  We offer a “pay now” or “pay later” option.  If you elect to not pay anything until you receive your tax credit from the IRS, we charge 20% of that credit.  On the other hand, if you pay for our services up-front, we charge 10% (a quarter of which is non-refundable).

Do I have to repay the ERC Credit?

No. This is not a loan. It’s a refundable tax credit. When we file your ERC claim we request a refund check for you.

As an owner, do my wages or the wages of any family member qualify?

Maybe. Wages of owners who have majority ownership, defined as over 50%, do not qualify, nor do the W2 wages of any immediate family members of the owner. In the case an owner has less than 50% ownership, their W2 wages qualify, as do the W2 wages paid to immediate family members.

My revenue went up in 2021, can I still qualify for ERC?

Yes! There are two possible qualifications for 2020: revenue reduction, or a “full or partial shutdown of your business due to COVID-19”. Specifically the IRS describes this as “A government authority required partial or full shutdown of your business during 2020 or 2021. This includes your operations being limited by commerce, inability to travel or restrictions of group meetings.”