Who else wants to get paid up to $26K per W-2 employee of tax free money? This is not a loan. This is real. Seriously, no repayments. No catch. The average return is just north of $100k, but it can be much more depending on the number of employees.


Thousands of businesses across the country have already taken advantage of what is called the ERTC-Employee Retention Tax Credit program. This refund can be received as a ‘cash’ payment from the IRS/US Treasury. The ERTC fund provides this credit for business owners with qualified W-2 employee wages and health plan expenses paid after March 12, 2020 and before October 21, 2021. There is no dollar amount on how much a business can receive. And there are no restrictions on how the money must be spent. You can qualify whether you received a PPP loan or you didn’t.

Think this sounds too good to be true? You’re not alone. Many businesses, who have already received 5, 6, and 7+ figures of this money, thought the exact same thing. The bottom line is, as an extension of the Cares Act, the Federal Government has more money for you.

Like the single location Steakhouse who received $213,029.88 or the Home Health Staffing Services business who received $599,891.59 or the US Nutrition Products Distributor who received over $1M. There is even a 4 location Mexican restaurant who received $2,014,000.00.

A temp staffing company also applied with great financial success. Hair salons, churches, gyms, dentists and many more small to medium sized businesses are being refunded as well. Why wait?

This is a limited time offer, and government funds may run out. The only difference between those businesses and you is they all committed to filing out a simple “no cost” 10 question application form to get the ball rolling. Will you be the next?

Simply go to https://seeifyouqualify.org/

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By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

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