ERTC Refund Eligibility Check & Application For SMB, CPA Support Service Update

Cloud PRWire

Following the announcement, ERTC Tasks Media helps small businesses determine if they are eligible for pandemic relief funds under the government’s ERTC program, which was created to support organizations that retained their employees during the pandemic.

More information is available at

As part of its updated services, ERTC Tasks Media also provides ERTC application support, gathering the required documentation for submission, as well as providing audit-proof paperwork for the IRS.

While many larger companies have dedicated accounting departments and teams, small to medium-sized business owners often need to perform accounting tasks on their own or outsource them to smaller firms. However, contracting a third party for finances-related assignments often means business owners may miss out on crucial programs, such as the current ERTC program. To give businesses of all sizes access to professional CPA services for claiming their owed tax credits, ERTC Tasks Media provides no-obligation eligibility checks and application support.

Included in the company’s ERTC services is a short preliminary questionnaire that compares a business’s payroll, employees, and turnover during the relevant months of the pandemic in 2020 to 2021. This initial check requires no upfront fees and allows business owners to find out if and how much funding they may be eligible for.

Following the pre-qualification check, owners of eligible businesses can receive support to submit their application from ERTC Tasks Media’s team of experts. The team will work towards applying for the maximum funding a client can qualify for based on the program’s most up-to-date criteria.

As the consultancy’s sole focus is on helping business owners claim their due Employee Tax Retention Credits, their team keeps up-to-date with any amendments to the program’s rules and requirements. This includes the recent update that allowed businesses that had previously claimed a PPP loan to now be eligible for the program.

Business owners looking to learn more about Employee Retention Tax Credits, and find out what they could be owed, can find additional details on ERTC Tasks Media’s website. The consultancy has also released an informative video on what the ERTC program is, which can be found at

A spokesperson for ERTC Tasks Media said, “The ERTC program is an important way to help businesses and employees stay afloat during tough times, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to get the support your business needs.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

Applebuddies Properties and Schools LLC

P.O. BOX 5296

United States

comtex tracking