The IRS has announced a special withdrawal process for small businesses that wrongly claimed a pandemic-era tax break — and experts have tips for those who may be affected.
An IRS initiative that will allow businesses to withdraw questionable employee retention credit claims is being hailed as a positive development that could help taxpayers and the IRS alike.
The Internal Revenue Service is giving employers a way to rescind inaccurate claims for the Employee Retention Credit if they’ve fallen victim to a scam at the hands of so-called “ERC mills” that aggressively promote the credit to businesses.
The Internal Revenue Service is trying to leverage the extra billions in funding from last year’s Inflation Reduction Act to narrow the ever-increasing gap between taxes due and taxes collected, but has spent surprisingly little of the money so far.
Pop-up companies aggressively pushing a small business tax credit may soon be in hot water with the IRS.
The IRS recently delayed processing new claims on a COVID-era payroll tax credit because of fraud. Still, businesses might qualify for the credit depending on how the pandemic affected them.
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This is the type of language used on websites and in TV ads to get small businesses to apply for the employee retention credit (ERC), a pandemic-era program that applied in 2020 and 2021.
The IRS is clamping down on fraud in a pandemic-era tax program benefitting small businesses.
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