On-Demand Webinar

A Significant Source of Federal Funds for Eligible Churches

Determining whether your church qualifies for the Employee Retention Credit.

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The Employee Retention Credit—few church leaders know about it, and even fewer understand it. But as the country slowly emerges from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s an opportunity every church nationwide should evaluate.

The reason: It represents potentially sizable financial aid to churches either affected by government-mandated gathering restrictions or significant revenue declines—or both.

It just takes some time to learn how it works to determine eligibility. This one-hour webinar with CPA Michael E. Batts and Kaylyn Varnum is designed to help church leaders do just that.

Through a guided discussion with Matthew Branaugh, Mike and Kaylyn help church leaders learn the following:

  • How the Employee Retention Credit developed, and the specific time periods churches can use to evaluate their eligibility;
  • The specific criteria churches need to meet within those time periods;
  • How to claim the credit if the eligibility criteria is met; and,
  • How much churches can expect to receive when they claim the credit.

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