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The Facts About Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC)

  • You can get as much as $26,000 per employee
  • You can qualify for this credit, even if you received other aid programs like PPP, PPP2, or RRF funds.
  • You can potentially get hundreds of thousands in tax refunds (in the form of a check) that you never need to pay back and no rules on how you spend the refund.
  • You don’t need to have been fully shut down to qualify. You can qualify even if you were essential, if all of your operations could continue, but your operations were subject to covid modifications or even if your vendors could not get your critical supplies because of their covid restrictions.

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Rise of ERC Scams

The emergence of suspicious pop-ups known as “ERC Mills” has brought attention to the issue of businesses being encouraged to claim Employee Retention Credits without proper eligibility. These companies fail to conduct a thorough assessment of whether the business meets the necessary qualifications.

High Audit Risks

The IRS has initiated a crackdown on fraudulent Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claims by sending Information Document Requests (IDRs) to businesses suspected of making unsupported claims. Numerous companies have already undergone ERC audits, and a recent IRS warning highlights the need for caution when evaluating companies that promote this credit.

Businesses that have filed erroneously through dubious tax credit providers face potential penalties and interest. With an increase in ERC audits, it is advisable for business owners to have their filings reviewed by a reputable and knowledgeable firm to rectify any inaccurately claimed credits before it’s too late.

Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claim, our ERC Filing Review service is here to assist you. Through our review, we will identify any potential indicators of concern in your ERC claim and verify the presence of specific documentation required to establish your eligibility for the credit, particularly in the event of an IRS audit.

Do you possess substantial supporting evidence demonstrating your business’s eligibility for the ERC?

To demonstrate compliance with the ERC, businesses may be required to provide the following documentation:

Comprehensive calculation of the ERC credit for each employee

Timeline outlining Covid-related orders and a summary of relevant mandates

Documentation substantiating a 10% “nominal disruption”

Thorough analysis of employee count with supporting details


Brad Mewes
CFO of The Mewes Group.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, my team and I have been fully focused on getting relief funding for small business owners.


In 2020, myself & other trusted sources were asked to participate on a call with the White House regarding the covid business relief programs. It quickly became quite apparent the government had very limited resources in forms of support for business owners filing for the relief. We have made it our mission since then to fill that gap. Right now, the ERTC is the best option for businesses in need of help, and we want to support you by helping you qualify.


We specialize in emergency aid funding and finance. In fact, we don’t do income taxes or compliance work at all, so we tend to work alongside your accountant. Our sole focus is to help you take advantage of complex government programs like the ERTC. We serve as the secret weapon to help get results and be the hero for your entire company.

Did You Know There Are Over 70,000 Pages of Tax Code?

On Average Our Clients Receive Up To 30-40% More.

Case Studies


Kerry Latour - Angels Way Maternity Non-Profit

“I couldn’t have even imagined how seamless the process was to file for PPP and employee retention tax credits. Brad and his team were attentive and patient with all of my questions and basically got the job done in a swift and timely manner.``

Ian Morton - Fix Auto Tuscon

“I couldn’t have done that without Brad and his support. So if you’re needing someone to help you through the remainder of this process, or what’s to come, no question you should reach out to Brad and his team!

Margot Ransom - Automotive Color & Supply

``So I had a conversation with Brad about this, and he said he’d be happy to take on that work and offered a generous fee for any referrals I sent over. With his expertise and pleasant personality. I knew they would be well taken care of.``


What is the timeframe within which ERC audits are subject to the statute of limitations?

Recently, the IRS extended the statute of limitations for tax amendments related to Employee Retention Credits (ERC) from three years to five years. This extension grants the IRS an additional two years to carryout ERC audits on businesses that, for instance, may have insufficient documented evidence to support the ineligibility.

Is there an elevated risk of being audited if I claim the Employee Retention Credit (ERC)?

Making a claim for the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) does not inherently raise the likelihood of your business being audited. As long as your ERC claim is accurately calculated and supported by substantial evidence of your business’s eligibility, there should be no grounds for the IRS to initiate an audit and is capable of identifying any possible gaps in your ERC claim and ensuring the accuracy of your calculations.

What are the consequences or penalties for engaging in Employee Retention Credit (ERC) fraud?

Erroneously calculated or improperly claimed Employee Retention Credit (ERC) credits can result in penalties and interest being imposed. The penalties include failure to deposit penalties and interest on the overdue amount, ranging from 20% to 40% of the underpaid tax. If the fraud is deemed to be committed knowingly, the penalty can be as high as 75%. It is important to note that business owners bear ultimate responsibility for the accuracy of information reported on their tax returns, regardless of whether they utilized an external tax preparer or tax credit specialist to claim the ERC.