ERC Maximum Rebate Calculator 2023: Pandemic Relief Tax Credit Service Expands

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This ERC application service recently updated by BottomLine Concepts helps employers to maximize and claim their IRS rebates, with no up-front fees, and no risk if they do not receive a rebate.

BottomLine Concepts has expanded its Employee Retention Credit (ERC) application service that helps to maximize the available rebate for every client, which could be up to $26,000 per employee under the latest guidelines.

More information about the rebate application, the eligibility requirements, and the maximum allowable rebates can be found at

The recently updated application service allows any employer to apply, including startups, new businesses founded during the pandemic, and non-profit organizations such as churches, schools, and clinics. To ensure every business can apply with equal access, BottomLine Concepts has included a no-risk and no up-front fees policy.

The equal access program allows any employer to apply with no fees until after they have received a rebate, and no fees at all if for any reason they do not qualify, or do not receive a rebate. Employers that are unsure if they qualify can also access a no-cost eligibility assessment on the company’s website, by scheduling a call with one of their in-house ERC specialists.

BottomLine Concepts can help employers to claim rebates if their businesses suffered financial losses, temporary closures, reduced customer capacity, or other limitations during the recent pandemic. Experts suggest that most small to medium-sized businesses may be eligible under the expanded guidelines, and a full list of potential qualifiers can be found on the BottomLine Concepts website.

While individual rebates will vary, the ERC specialist team works to claim the maximum allowable amount for each client. Though the average rebate is approximately $150,000, with no upper limit on funding some businesses have been able to claim several million dollars in IRS refunds, which never need to be repaid.

The program can also help employers that were previously disqualified from receiving ERC rebates, either because they had already enrolled in the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), or because they had too many employees. Business owners may now apply regardless of their PPP loan status, and the program will accept claims from companies with up to 500 full-time W-2 employees on average.

Rebates claimed through BottomLine Concepts are reimbursement for wages that employers have already paid during the recent pandemic. These funds are not a loan or deferral, never require repayment, and have no restrictions on how they can be spent.

More information about ERC eligibility, calculating the maximum allowable rebate, and claiming relief funds with PPP loans can be found at