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ERC for Michigan
Businesses in Michigan who were financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in the 2020 or 2021 tax year may qualify for the ERC tax credit. The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) is a refundable tax credit available to businesses in the state of Michigan who struggled during the pandemic. Eligible businesses can earn up to $21,000 per employee.
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How to Claim the ERC in Michigan
The ERC tax credit is available to eligible businesses in Michigan, regardless of what city, town, or county they operate their business in. To claim the ERC tax credit, businesses need to complete an application and amend their 2020 or 2021 tax form based on their eligibility. An ERC consultant will assist in the application process and guide you every step of the way.
Consult with a Michigan ERC Expert
You should only hire an ERC expert who is tax certified and has experience handling applications to the IRS. If you already applied for the refundable tax credit but are concerned about your application, consult with our team of experts for next steps. Businesses across all industries can apply for the ERC tax credit no matter where you are located in Michigan.
Our ERC consultants work with businesses all across Michigan, in every major city and all towns including:
Any type of business from manufacturing to tech can apply as long as they meet full eligibility requirements. If you are eligible, book a Michigan ERC specialist today to apply for the ERC tax credit.
Book an ERC specialist today to apply for the ERC tax credit and get in line with the IRS faster.
ERC Eligibility for Michigan Businesses
Michicgan businesses must use qualified wages to apply for the ERC tax credit. To be eligible, businesses must not have over 100 employees for the 2020 tax year and over 500 for the 2021 tax year.
If your Michigan business experienced a decline in gross receipts over 50% or paid qualified wages to W-2 employees during the 2020 or 2021 tax year, you may be eligible to receive a credit.
Is ERC Taxable in Michigan?
Good news! The ERC refund is not considered taxable income in Michigan. However, the amount you earn from ERC will impact payroll deductions that you can claim. Businesses who earn over the amount they owed in taxes for the calendar year that they applied for will receive the rest as a refund. That refund can be used in any way the business chooses.