ATTN: Business owners with W-2 employees:

Here's How to "Retroactively" MAX OUT The Employee Retention Tax Credit and Get Up to $33,000 Per Employee...

...even if you did not qualify before or didn't file. You may qualify for more now! Register to Watch The 2020-2021 Employee Retention Tax Credit Workshop Hosted By John Hyre For Just - $197 


It's NOT Too Late to Claim Your ERTC. Register Today

Watch as John Hyre Shows You ERTC Tax Loopholes and Strategies To Maximize Your ERTC...Ethically

You may qualify for more now. Up to $33,000 per employee, including yourself and certain relatives.” There's so much money up for grabs.

The "I didn't fire my employee during pandemic" tax credit from Uncle Sam and Papa Biden...

Then you already know that you can benefit from ERTC if you kept employees on your payroll during the pandemic. But here's something you might not know... ERTC is no more "I did not fire my employee during pandemic" tax credit.

 

It has been expanded. And you may now qualify even if you didn't qualify earlier (OR you thought you didn't qualify earlier)

 SOME OF THE RULES YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW:

For the average small-business owner, it’s hard enough to understand how to get a piece of the latest round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) money, let alone how to access the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC or “Credit”).

  • If You Took a PPP Loan That Became a Grant - You Could Still Qualify

    If the answer is yes, did you know you could still qualify for the retroactively amended ERTC?. Up to $33k per employee - Yes, you read that correct!​

  • Unlike The First Round, Now You Can Obtain Both PPP and Claim ERTC

    Under the CARES Act (the first round of relief signed into law in March of last year), employers were not allowed to obtain both a PPP loan and claim the Credit. Thus, most small business owners gave up on even learning about or considering the ERTC.

  • You Can Go Back and Apply Retroactively IF You Know The Rules

    You can still apply. The business owner needs to meet one of the two tests set forth previously in the CARES Act in order to qualify for the ERTC in 2020 (NOT the new "20% reduction in sales rule" hat only applies for the 2021 credit). 

Register Today and Watch The ERTC Workshop For Just $197

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STILL UNSURE IF YOU QUALIFY?

Here are some more topics you will learn when you enroll today!


Your gross receipts for a calendar quarter in 2020 are shown to be 50% less than the gross receipts from the same quarter in the year 2019.

Of course, the 50% reduction in sales test is certainly onerous and may scare some business owners off, causing them not even try to apply for the credit. However, you could qualify even if your revenue didn't drop by 50%. How? Because of the second provision which is...

If a government order fully or partially suspended your operations during a calendar quarter due to Covid-19 even if for ONE Day!

 

Most businesses will be able to meet this part of the test and make the 50% test irrelevant. A reasonable interpretation of that statute would mean that even "1 DAY" of a required government shut down of your business in 2020 would allow your business to qualify for the ERTC in 2020. 

Here's What You'll Learn in The ERTC Credit Workshop Hosted By John Hyre

HOW TO AVOID LOSING YOUR ERTC CREDITS

  • Recovery Startup Credit (New businesses qualify)  ...Start a new business, get $100,000 (Even if you are not affected by Covid-19)

  • How to maximize ERTC...most businesses owners are overlooking this key aspect

  • Qualifying Wages for ERTC are not just wages: Vacation, Holiday, Sick Days, Health Insurance, HRAs and FSAs may also qualify

  • How to take advantage of credits retroactively if you missed them in 2020 - it's not too late

THE HIDDEN LOOPHOLES & PITFALLS OF PPP'S

  • PPP1, PPP2, Sick Leave, Family Leave, WOTC, Vacation, Holiday  …all can be taken with ERTC

  • Doing PPP Forgiveness Right is Key! If you haven’t done it yet – don’t! Wait just a

    little longer, learn how to max it and the ERTC

  • Severely Financially Distressed Employer ...you get more money per employee

  • Aggregation Rules: Own Multiple Businesses? We’ll talk about how that can be good and bad

LEGIT UNSPOKEN WAYS TO MAX OUT YOUR ERTC

  • What can this money be used for? Do you have to re-invest it back into your business?

  • Do Owners & their spouses qualify? ...the answer will surprise you. We’ll go over the details

  • Why qualifying for 1 quarter automatically qualifies you for the next ...even if you make a lot more money

  • Special Rule (loophole) how and what to do so you don't blow it...you have 3 ways to qualify.

 Discover All Major Retroactive Changes In the Law - The 2020-2021 ERTC Program!

This Employee Retention Tax Credit can be worth 33K+ per employee. This is a serious credit, with serious money involved, and serious consequences for getting it wrong.
 

I'll show you what you need to know to maximize your credit and how to avoid losing free money!

AND JUST IN CASE YOU THOUGHT ERTC WAS A JOKE... HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD BE ON THIS WORKSHOP:

If you're a Manufacturing Facility with 40 employees you will get a check from Uncle Sam for up to $1.3 Million. These amounts are on top of PPP1, PPP2, Sick Leave, Family Leave, and other available credits.

MEET JOHN HYRE

TAX ATTORNEY


I'm The Straight-to-the-Point, No B.S. Tax Attorney Your Parents Warned You About!

I get corporate level taxes. For the last 19 years I have run both an accounting practice and tax law practice. I have worked extensively with small businesses, real estate investors of all sizes, note investors and self-directed retirement accounts.

 

I’ve prepared thousands of tax returns, helped thousands of clients with tax planning & tax reduction, fought the IRS in audits and in court and assisted clients in fighting IRS collection of taxes owed.

I have also invested in mobile home parks, low-income rentals and a few flips. I’ve written three home study courses and numerous articles and am a frequent speaker on the taxation of real estate and IRA’s. I have successfully defended clients, including those with IRA issues, in audits and in Tax Court.

CEO - National Real Estate Insurance Group

Tim Norris

John is the the "straightest-shooter" I know. In the "real-world" of real estate investing and other entrepreneurial endeavors, I would recommend John and his team to anyone...

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Mike Hambright

...John Hyre takes the cake. Unless you like paying more taxes that you should, and don't care about building long-term wealth, you need this guy on your team.​

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"John Hyre is the 7th degree Black Belt you want on your team. I can not more highly recommend John Hyre."​

ENROLL NOW


My time is usually billable at $500 per hour. If you had to personally discuss with me ERTC for your business, it would cost you at least $1,500. But today you can get answers to all the major aspects of the ERTC program at a fraction of my billable rate.

YOUR COST TODAY

ONLY $197

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Here's a Summary of What You  Will Learn


  • How to maximize ERTC...most businesses owners are overlooking this key aspect

  • Recovery Startup Credit (New businesses qualify)  ...Start a new business, get $100,000 (Even if you are not affected by Covid-19)

  • PPP1, PPP2, Sick Leave, Family Leave, WOTC, Vacation, Holiday  …all can be taken with ERTC

  • Doing PPP Forgiveness Right is Key! If you haven’t done it yet – don’t! Wait just a little longer, learn how to max it and the ERTC

  • How to take advantage of credits retroactively if you missed them in 2020 - it's not too late

  • Qualifying Wages for ERTC are not just wages: Vacation, Holiday, Sick Days, Health Insurance, HRAs and FSAs may also qualify

  • Do Owners & their spouses qualify? ...the answer will surprise you. We’ll go over the details

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