Employee Retention Credit: It ain’t over til it’s over


Thursday, December 9, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST


Presented by

Jason Hines
VP, Compliance
Travis Kane
Manager, Compliance

Webinar Overview

Employee Retention Credit: It ain’t over til it’s over

Thousands of businesses have taken advantage of the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) program created by the CARES Act. Although the qualifying period has ended with the passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package signed by President Biden, business can still claim credits by amending prior quarter filings as far back as the second quarter of 2020. 

This webinar will explain the basics of the program and how it changed over the course of the pandemic. If you think you missed out on the program altogether, don’t you worry. By simply amending prior Form 941s, you’ll quickly find ERC ain’t over til it’s over. There may be huge tax savings available for your business. 

Discussion Topics

  • What businesses qualify for the program
  • Which employees qualify
  • How do you calculate the potential credit
  • How do you amend your 941s to claim the credit
  • What is the turnaround time for credit refunds





Jason Hines
VP, Compliance at Heartland
As an attorney with 10+ years of experience, Jason leads the Compliance and Risk teams for Payroll & HCM Solutions at Heartland, NFIB’s new Member Benefit for Payroll and HR software and a financial technology firm providing payments, payroll and human capital management software and solutions for small and medium sized businesses across the US.
Travis Kane
Manager, Compliance at Heartland
As a member of the Heartland family for over 6 years, Travis and his team analyze and interpret federal, state, and local legislation to ensure that the Heartland Payroll and HCM Solutions support the needs of small and medium sized businesses.

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