& Stenson Tamaddon
Together, we generate the “maximum, qualified & defendable” Employee Retention Tax Credit refund for your business
Our commitment to your success is clear and essential. We leverage a collaboration of best-in-class organizations to deliver an optimized outcome for you, ensuring the highest level of service integrity. Remember, at the end of the process together, we are securing funds targeted for your business and issued by the IRS.
MEET OUR TEAM:
Why are you here…great question. You most likely visited this page because you were introduced to the ERTC Program by our world-class marketing teams. Their highly trained Account Executives serve as your stage one advisor to get you started on this journey. Our teams are among the most highly regarded marketing and sales organizations in North America. They are educating small- and medium-sized business operators in all aspects of the ERTC Refund process and benefits, not to mention a wide range of other available tax credits.
The proverbial “glue” in the program is provided by New Shoes Enterprises, LLC (NSE) as it facilitates, or project manages, and communicates among the various entities. In a very real sense, it functions as a behind-the-scenes activities communication and QC department for most companies. NSE has been supporting business operations for its small- to medium-sized business clients for 20+ years. It has supported thousands of clients like you, will continue to stand the test of time, and be here to support you long after you have received your ERTC refund check from the IRS.
The proprietary “tax credit optimization” system is the “magic” in our process and created by the processing partner in the program, Stenson Tamaddon (StenTam). It fulfills the functional processes of calculating and filing the amended payroll tax forms (941X) for our clients. Stenson Tamaddon leverages compliance-first technology to optimize and defend tax credit filing outcomes for our clients.
Together, we have decades of experience, technical expertise, and a client success focus that no other provider can offer for you to secure your ERTC Refund. We appreciate your confidence and will be by your side to support your ERTC needs today and well into the future! Imagine the possibilities for your business when you receive your ERTC refund!
We can’t wait to experience it together…
Have more questions? Visit our contact page and ask away; we are eager to help.
IRS Link: Get paid back for KEEPING EMPLOYEES
If your business has been open since January 2020, and you had and retained W2 employees, then yes, you should take action today. If your business closed due to the many government mandates then you also may have claims. It even applies to non-profit organizations. If you have retained 5 to 500 employees and you are not aware of the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC), this will be the best financial news you have likely ever received. We focus on helping you into and through the amendment process. We ensure you get the maximum refund amounts in the shortest possible time.
If you are aware of the ERC but are told you did not qualify, forget everything you heard. It is highly likely that it is WRONG. Don't hang in the group of business owners walking away from countless billions of dollars in legally entitled funds because of the misinformation.
We don't make the rules, and yes we do play by them, all of them!
...and we’re spectacular at what we do.
Businesses We’ve Worked Have Qualified for a Refund
Up to $26,000 Per Employee
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ways a business can be impacted adversely by COVID, making them eligible for an ERC refund.
Clients Successfully Helped File Their Refunds
Too many so-called ERC “experts” take shortcuts, but dealing with the IRS is not the time for cutting corners.
Why Chose Us?
The software routinely results in 10% to 20% more refund than the same return prepared by top professionals alone.
$1 Million Software
Jorns invested over $1m in software to check all the details that are simply too complicated for a human to process.
Prevent Red Flags
Too many so-called ERC “experts” take shortcuts, but dealing with the IRS is not the time for cutting corners. We provide AUDIT protection citing all 12,000 Possible codes available.
In our experience, roughly 95% of the business we speak with qualify for refunds.
Sadly, nearly half of those were informed by others that they did not qualify.
There are hundreds of pages of guidance describing countless ways a business might qualify, including the business being impacted by any of the over 12,000 Government Orders issued at the national, state, county or city level.
We Source the best ERC Processing firms, ensuring the highest rate of return, best quality and least delay in your IRS submission.
If somebody informed you that your business does not qualify for an ERC refund without conducting a full forensic financial audit of your business, there is roughly a 90% probability that they were wrong.
Why most businesses qualify, but less than 3% have filed a claim:
Frequently Asked Questions
Smaller employers receive enhanced benefits and can claim all wages paid to all employees, whereas large employers can only include wages paid to employees for not providing services.
In March 2020 when the PPP and ERC were first introduced, businesses couldn’t take advantage of both. HOWEVER, thanks to the Consolidated Appropriations Act passsed in Deceber 2020, businesses that received a PPP loan and qualified for forgiveness can now qualify for the ERC as well.
As of August 2022:
3-15-24 is the current deadline to file for 2020 and 3-15-25 for 2021.
The average PPP Loan was $107k. The average ERC refund on the first 4000 filings Jorns has done has been $562,474
I just hear it from somebody again, that they “aren’t eligible for an ERC payroll tax refund because they made too much money”. This universally believed falsehood is costing misinformed business owners hundreds of billions of dollars. The person I just hear say that, turns out to be entitled to a refund of nearly $3.5 million. There are literally thousands of other ways a business may have been impacted by covid, thereby qualifying them for an ERC refund, gross receipts is just one so don’t fall for this widely circulated falsehood.
There are hundreds of pages of guidance describing countless ways a business might qualify, including the business being impacted by any of the over 12,000 Government Orders issued at the national, state, county or city level. One of those ways is their gross receipts being down which, sadly, is the only way most tax professionals know to check. It’s not necessarily their fault because it is impossible for somebody to know what they don’t know and this is simply, way too way too much for anyone other than a large team of dedicated specialists to know.
If you ask your financial advisor about the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC),
they will almost certainly tell you that you “don’t qualify” or that you qualify for only a small portion of the $26,000 per employee allowed.
Worse, they may apply for you based on their very limited knowledge of this insanely complex program, which is effectively “playing the audit lottery” as it could very likely result in your having to repay the money with interest and penalties.
ERC introduced on 3-13-20 along with PPP but it was either / or. In December the Consolidated Appropriations Act (2700 pages) allowed for ERC & PPP but5 IRS guidance wasn’t issued until a few months later in 21. In Nov of 21 the Infrastructure Act took away Q4 of 21 which was originally included. The ERC Reinstatement Act was introduced in Feb of 22 which will add Q4 back (another $7k) (2 more sponsors on 7-12 / 7 of 12 sponsors are Dems – Bipartisan support
A frequently asked question surrounding your service
Employers, including tax-exempt organizations, are eligible for the credit if they operated a trade or business during 2020-2021 and experienced a “partial suspension” of the operation of their trade or business during any calendar quarter because of governmental orders limiting commerce, travel, or group meetings due to COVID-19.
According to IRS FAQs, a business that can open (but with restrictions) would still be “partially” shut down due to a governmental order. For example, if a restaurant dining room normally has 100 tables, but due to “social distancing” orders, the restaurant is only permitted to have 50 tables, the employer is still subject to a partial shutdown order and would be eligible for the ERC.
If somebody told you that your business does not qualify for an ERC refund without conducting a full forensic financial audit of your business, there is over a 90% probability that they were wrong.
In our experience, roughly 95% of the business we speak with qualify for refunds, and nearly half of those were informed by others that they did not.
You can, but you risk 1) making a fraction as much on your refund, 2) not qualifying at all, or 3) filing incorrectly and triggering a future audit. We’ve invested over $1 million in software and a full team of specialists to ensure we check every detail—no CPA can do that