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Virginia SBDC

ERC Recovery Startup Business Credit: Do you qualify for the up to $100,000 credit?

May
16
2023
Tue, May 16 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Topic: Financing

Did you start your business (or non-profit) after Feb 15, 2020 and had W-2 employees in the 3rd or 4th quarter of 2021?

If so, then your business might qualify for up to $100,000 in tax credits under the Recovery Startup Business, as part of the Employee Retention Credit.

Note: We will not be discussing the regular ERC (Employee Retention Credit) only the Recovery Startup Business Credit. You must have had W-2 Employees in the 3rd or 4th quarter of 2021 and started your business after February 15, 2020. Please read and review the entire workshop description before you sign up to attend.

Join the RRSBDC on Thursday, May 16 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM for an interactive virtual seminar that will provide the latest guidance on the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) Recovery Startup Business Credit.

This presentation will take you through the entire application process and attendees will have access to a recorded version to assist in the preparation of the forms.

Our presenter, Tom Tanner, RRSBDC Regional Lead Advisor and IRS credentialed Enrolled Agent, will share more details about:

  • How to determine eligibility for a Recovery Startup Business under the ERC

  • Do owners of the company qualify

  • How to calculate the amount of credit

  • How to complete the necessary forms and submit your paperwork

  • Understand the additional steps you need to take when you apply for the credit

You may be missing out on some big money ... don't miss this presentation!

Fine Print

Who should attend: Small Business Owners who have W-2 Employees that started after Feb 15, 2020 and had W-2 employees in 3rd and or 4th quarter of 2021.

When: Thursday, May 16

Time: 5:30 - 7:00 PM

Our workshops, events, and programs are designed with a small business owner in mind. Actionable, sharing of ideas, and takeaways to keep things straight.

The Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce is our fiscal host. The cost of this workshop is directly allocated to Roanoke Regional Small Business Development Center (RRSBDC) programming.

The SBDC reserves the right to cancel a workshop/event/program for insufficient enrollment, weather emergencies, and other unforeseen circumstances. Should a cancellation occur we will use the email you provided to contact you. Pre-registration is highly recommended. If an event is canceled or postponed and you have not pre-registered we will not be able to contact you.

Speaker(s): Tom Tanner, RRSBDC Regional Lead Advisor and IRS credentialed Enrolled Agent

Co-Sponsor(s):


Fee: $ 15.00



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