ERC Application and Registration Form

ERC Registration

The Employee Retention Tax Credit Program

Receive up to $26,000 per/w2 Payroll Employee.
Business Owners Can Officially Apply Here.


Enter Your Contact Information

Please tell us about your business.

Final Business Qualifying Questions

How Many Employees Were on Your w2 Payroll:


Was Your Business Active and Operational with W2 employees in:
(Check Box For = YES)
Did You File Taxes for the Years of:
(Check Box For = YES)
Did You Recieve Previous CARES-Act Benefits:
(Check Box For = YES)

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Employee Retention Tax Credit


The Newest Federal Pandemic Program has been introduced via: The CARES Act (ERC) program - The Employee Retention Tax Credit gives companies up to $26,000 per each W2 Payroll employee on staff during the peak of the pandemic in 2020 & 2021 (receive up to 3.5mil max per business).


The Employment Retention Credit (ERC) was introduced under the CARES Act to provide pandemic relief for businesses facing economic hardships. Our team of experts understands the nuances and eligibility requirements of the ERC, enabling us to help you claim the maximum credit for your business. By working with Fidelity, you can rest assured knowing that you're taking full advantage of this valuable tax credit.

The CARES Act offers several pandemic benefits aimed at supporting businesses during these challenging times. Our experienced professionals stay up-to-date with the latest changes to the CARES Act, ensuring you receive the most accurate guidance and advice. We'll help you identify and leverage every opportunity for financial relief under this legislation.


Companies that experienced partial shutdowns due to government orders limiting commerce, travel or group meetings; or that experienced significant declines in quarterly gross receipts (as compared to their quarterly gross receipts in 2019) due to the pandemic are eligible employers under this program.
* Must Have 4 or more W2 Payroll Employees in 2020 and 2021.

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