Advisory Session – Debunking Common Misconceptions Around the Employee Retention Credit – Could Your Business Benefit?

Shawn Orenstein invites you and your CFO to join him to learn about how you may financially benefit from this confusing and complicated powerful piece of legislation recently passed. It will be wrapped up in time for you to join the BCA Month of Madness kick-off at 3:00 p.m.

Who Should Attend? This advisory session is intended for business owners and C-Suite decision-makers.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) expanded and enhanced existing provisions from prior 2020 federal COVID-19 legislation such as the Employee Retention Credit (ERC).

However, based on conversations we have been having with many business owners, CEOs, and CFOs, there is a high-rate of confusion surrounding how businesses qualify for the ERC, as well as its relative potential value to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Many organizations we speak with believe they don’t qualify if they received or didn’t receive initial PPP funds, haven’t been shut down, or didn’t experience a significant reduction in revenue, but this is not necessarily the case. There is also a growing misconception that third-party payroll organizations are handling these filings on a business’ behalf. The result: a significant amount of cash is still being paid to the Federal government when it could remain with companies that need it.
Register for our employer advisory session on March 11, 2021 at 2 PM EST as we debunk common misconceptions surrounding the ERC and provide guidance on how your business might be able to claim the ERC for wages paid in 2020. Our team of OneDigital accounting and compliance experts are ready to answer your pressing questions alongside our stimulus specialists — who have deep understanding of the legislation, and have a dedicated focus on the ERC.