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Employee Retention Credit: Separating Fact from Fiction

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Since the Employee Retention Credit was first passed as part of the CARES Act, the IRS has published FAQs, Notices and press releases to provide additional help for taxpayers. However, there are still many questions on eligibility, risk and, tax considerations despite this official guidance. A big reason for the confusion that persists today is the conflicting information that businesses may have received in the past.

Misinformation has lead to common mistakes such as misperception of eligibility or associated risks, and has discouraged eligible employers from pursuing the ERC because of the confusion that surrounds it.

Please join us as we discuss the ERC and separate fact from fiction. Watson McLeish with the US Chamber will be joined by Matt Kelley and Adam Taplinger with Experian Employer Services to discuss IRS audit considerations and consider how to handle areas of uncertainty.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Current state of IRS activity and notifications. What does it mean for you and what are risks?
  • Determine ERC eligibility
  • Is my business considered a large or small employer
  • What wages qualify
  • Prepare for an IRS audit. What documentation do you need to retain?
  • ERC deadline management

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About the presenters

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Adam Taplinger

Director Business Development 
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Matt Kelley

Vice President, Consulting Services

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