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TAS Tax Tip: Waiting on an Employee Retention Credit Refund? » The ERC is a complex tax credit for businesses and tax-exempt organizations that kept paying employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here's what tax pros recommend after the IRS halts processing for small business tax credit » As the IRS pauses on processing new employee retention tax credit claims, some filers are in limbo as the agency works on further guidance. Here's what to know.

The IRS Froze a Big Tax Credit. It Didn’t Stop All the Money From Flowing. » Some financing firms are marketing bridge loans and cash advances to small businesses facing longer waits for ERC tax refunds.

TAS Tax Tip: Don’t Fall Victim to an Employee Retention Credit Scheme » Aggressive marketers and scammers have their targets set on the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). You may have seen television commercials or received emails promising employers payouts of this pandemic-related refundable tax credit.

IRS Places Moratorium on New Employee Retention Tax Credit Processing » On September 14, 2023, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Employee Retention Credit (ERC) guidance placing a moratorium on processing new ERC claims due to a surge in questionable claim submissions.

IRS rejects more than 20,000 refund claims for pandemic-related tax credit » The IRS is sending more than 20,000 rejection letters to taxpayers who wrongly claimed the employee retention tax credit. Here's what filers need to know.


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