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At the end of 2021, the employee retention tax credit is set to expire. However, this does not mean all the small businesses are out of time to take advantage of the credit. The precise details of the ERTC have changed since it was created by the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which came into effect in March 2020. Following Covid waves, the ERTC credit got multiple extensions, and there is a suspicion that the ERTC won’t be in effect after December 31, 2021.The recent updates regarding ERTC have made it easy for businesses to attain benefits from it. Between the Consolidated Appropriations Act and American Rescue Plan, the IRS has uncomplicated its criteria for which businesses qualify and increase how much businesses affected by covid-19 can claim. This blog presents a breakdown of what has changed for the ERTC and how businesses can claim tax credit before it’s too late. 


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