San Francisco Pandemic Tax Credits 2022: Restaurant ERC Rebate Program Launched

San Francisco is known for having one of the world’s largest selections of restaurants, and though many of them were hit hard by the recent pandemic, there is still one federal relief program that can help. A new Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) service launched by Cottage Digital Media and a team of ERTC specialists is helping these restaurants to recover by guaranteeing them their maximum allowable tax rebates for 2020 and 2021.

More information about the ERTC program, guaranteed maximum allowable rebates, and the fast application process can be found at

While there have been several pandemic relief programs provided by the federal government, the ERTC is one of the few options to provide funding that is not a deferral and never requires repayment. The new fast rebate service can help employers to access rebates of up to $26,000 per employee, with no restrictions on how the funds can be spent.

Experts suggest that San Francisco’s hospitality industry will recover, though it could take several years, and this tax credit can help to get struggling businesses back on their feet. ERTC rebates are available to almost any small or medium-sized business with between 5 and 500 W-2 employees, including startups, new businesses, and non-profit organizations.

To apply for a rebate, restaurant owners only have to answer a few simple questions and provide some documents to the ERTC CPA team. The CPA team will help them determine which fiscal quarters they are eligible for and how much they can claim before completing and submitting the paperwork.

The fast rebate service, also known as the 15 Minute Refund program, is only available from a single firm of ERTC specialist CPAs and guarantees every employer their maximum allowable rebate with a time commitment of 15 minutes or less, with no risk or up-front fees. No business will be charged until after they have received their rebate from the IRS, and any business that does not qualify or does not receive a rebate will not be charged at all.

Employers can use a no-cost, no-obligation eligibility assessment to find out if they qualify, by answering a few simple questions. The eligibility assessment and fast rebate service are available to any small or medium-sized business in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia, California, and Illinois.

Further details about the no-cost eligibility assessment, fast rebate service, and maximum tax credit guarantee can be found at

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