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Why File with our ERC Program?
iHub Global has become a referral partner with the exceptionally experienced and well-known firm: Bottom Line Concepts. Bottom Line has a proven track record in assisting companies recover taxes and wages they have already paid on their W2 employees with zero upfront cost to the business. Their experienced, knowledgeable, and dedicated team will handle the entire process from beginning to end with the IRS on behalf of the business, and work closely with them to collect necessary documents and recover the most possible funds as quickly as possible.

Why Refer ERC as an iHub Affiliate?
iHub has sought out and delivered an effective, streamlined, and highly lucrative affiliate program to share and refer the ERC program. We have vetted many companies and programs out there and developed a superior compensation plan allowing our affiliates earn more. Along with a powerful comp, iHub delivers the tech, training, marketing, and vital visibility necessary to our affiliates to be kept up to date on each deal – every step of the way. We are dedicated to ensuring that our affiliates get the best deal and the best tools.

A Proven Track Record
Since the start of ERC, our referral partner Bottom Line has filed over 13,000+ claims on behalf of small businesses for grants recovering a total of over $2.1 billion. To date, 84% of businesses have not filed for ERC, and most do not even know this program exists.

What is ERC?
ERC (Employee Retention Credit) is a stimulus government aid program established by the CARES Act. It is a refundable tax credit – a grant, not a loan – that businesses can claim, and can recoup up to $26,000 per employee.

Who is the ERC Program For?
This program was created for companies who showed a decline in revenue, changes or adjustments in standard business operations, or partial / full business suspension during the Covid-19 pandemic and paid employees on W2 payroll during the years of 2020 and 2021.

Is ERC like PPP?
No, The PPP is a loan program that provides funds to small businesses to help them keep their employees on the payroll. The ERC, on the other hand, is a tax credit that businesses can claim for eligible wages paid to employees during the pandemic and do not need to be repaid. Businesses who filed for PPP are also still eligible to receive ERC.

  1. Did the business employ W2 employees in 2020 or 2021?
  2. Did the business experience a decline in revenue during those years?

  3. Did the business experience a change in standard operations during those years? Some examples include:
    • Change in business hours
    • Partial or full suspension of your operations
    • Shutdowns of your supply chain or vendors
    • Reduction in services offered
    • Reduction in workforce or employee workloads
    • A disruption in your business (division or department closures)
    • Inability to visit a client’s job site
    • Suppliers were unable to make deliveries of critical goods or materials
    • Additional spacing requirements for employees and customers due to social distancing
    • Change in job roles/functions
    • Tasks or work that couldn’t be done from home or while transitioning to remote work conditions
    • Lack of Travel or Lack of Group Meetings

Important Facts to Know

There are various factors than can affect the eligibility of ERC. Also, many businesses assume they do not qualify because of various assumptions. Here are some hard facts that will help:

  1. Even if companies received PPP, they still qualify for ERC.
  2. Even if your business did not have a revenue reduction or was deemed essential, they still qualify for ERC
  3. ERC is a refund in the form of a grant and can return up to $26,000/employee ($10,000 is the average for companies that received PPP, $20,000 is the average for businesses that didn’t)
  4. Simple operational impacts can qualify a business for ERC as well such as change in: job roles, business hours, reduction in services or workforce
  5. This stimulus program was established by the CARES Act, it is a refundable tax credit – a grant, not a loan – that your business can claim. The program is based on qualified wages and healthcare paid to employees.
  6. Businesses have until April 2024 to claim ERC retroactively for 2020, and until April 2025 to claim ERC retroactively for 2021. They have the ability to do a look back on their payroll during the pandemic and retroactively claim the credit by filing an amended tax return.
  7. For tax year 2021, the refundable tax credit is: 70% of qualified wages paid per employee (up to a maximum amount of $7000 per employee, per quarter and up to $21,000 for the entire year)
  8. For tax year 2020, the refundable tax credit is: 50% of qualified wages paid per employee (up to a maximum amount of $5000 per employee for the entire year)
  9. Independent contractors (1099) and the compensation paid to these individuals are not eligible for ERC
  10. Typical turn around times for funds to be collected from the ERC program is 3-6 months.

What about a Business’s Existing CPA?
Many businesses will ask “Why don’t I just file ERC with my CPA?” – The truth is because of the complexity of the ERC stimulus program and its various changes over time, many CPA’s and standard accountants do not have the experience or know-how in understanding how the program works, whether a business is eligible or what qualifies a business, and how to file for ERC. With our ERC program via Bottom Line Concepts, they have perfected and streamlined this process and have a proven track record along with the resources to recovering the most funds as quickly as possible.


IRS Links and Articles

These articles will provide additional background on recent developments with the ERC program: