ERTC GOV Explains ERTC Program

Carmel, IN based ERTC GOV, the country’s biggest ERTC company, is reaching out to explain how to claim ERTC. ERTC GOV helps small businesses navigate the complex Employee Retention Tax Credit process and get the highest possible funding to restore the normalcy of their operations.

Mark Sullivan of ERTC GOV says, “If you own a small business and you kept employees on your payroll throughout the pandemic, congratulations! You are more than likely eligible for a tax credit from the Internal Revenue Service, too. This is because of the Employee Retention Credit, or ERTC or ERC. The Employee Retention Credit was launched in the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to provide some relief to business owners across the country. The unfortunate thing is that not a lot of people are aware that they are eligible for this, nor do they take advantage of it. Our goal is to make more business owners aware of what they are owed and help them get the rebate they deserve!”

ERTC was established by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and it is meant to provide a credit to business owners based on qualified employee wages and health plan expenses paid after March 12, 2020 and before Oct 1st, 2021. At the time of launch, the ERTC program was overshadowed by the Payment Protection Program. However, the ERTC has proven itself quite useful for business owners across the country. In 2020, there was a credit available up to $5,000 per employee from 3/12/20 to 12/31/20 by an eligible employer. In 2021, the ERC was increased to $7,000 paid per employee per quarter for Q1, Q2, and Q3. That is a potential of up to $26,000 per employee. Start-up businesses who began operations after February 15, 2020 can take a credit of up to $50,000 in both the third and fourth quarters of 2021 for a maximum credit of $100,000.

Sullivan says, “Understandably, ERTC can help a lot of small businesses across the country, but they may not be able to go through the whole process themselves. This is where we come in. The ERTC GOV website has been designed to help business owners start their claim without any hassle. In fact, we have also recently redesigned our website to make the process easier and more convenient for everyone. No more worrying about certain questions, such as what is the ERTC or how you can go about it — you can learn everything you want to know from one place.”

The process of getting ERTC through ERTC GOV is simple and straightforward. Since their redesign, users simply have to answer four simple questions. Following that, ERTC GOV will provide users with a secure form to fill in additional information and share data such as 941 returns, PPP loan documents and raw payroll data on the website’s secure portal. ERTC GOV will take care of the rest of the process. All that is left for the business owners is to wait for the IRS to process their credit and mail them a check. ERTC GOV is proud to state that they have recently crossed the 12,000 ERTC submissions mark. The company also boasts an average claim rebate of around $150,000 for their clients.

The company’s commitment to their clients has earned them great praise from small business owners across the country who have used ERTC GOV’s services. C.E., a Church Financial Manager from Virginia, says, “I had previously heard about the Employee Retention Tax Credit but was skeptical of what seemed too good to be true. I was referred to by a church member who assured me of their reputability. It took less than a month to find out that our church was eligible for a mid-six figure tax credit! I am so appreciative of the support provided by the team at and the excellent communication throughout the process.”

ERTC GOV’s website is an easy to use resource for anyone who wishes to learn more about Employee Retention Credit and programs associated with it. Mark Sullivan encourages interested parties to use the website to start their ERTC claim; for any additional questions or concerns, Sullivan can also be directly contacted via email or phone.


For more information about ERTC GOV, contact the company here:

Mark Sullivan
1950 Greyhound Pass #118-19
Carmel, IN 46033