Employee Retention Credit Calculator

Are You Missing Out on Unclaimed ERC Benefits?

For employers who kept employees on their payroll and continued providing health benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic, the employee retention credit (ERC) may offer significant payroll tax relief. However, several rounds of legislation with expansions, extensions and other changes have made the requirements difficult to follow, and many eligible businesses have yet to claim the credit. While the credit ended September 30, 2021, the ERC can be claimed retroactively.

Use our simple calculator to see if you qualify for the ERC and if so, by how much.

The ERC Calculator will ask questions about the company's gross receipts and employee counts in 2019, 2020 and 2021, as well as government orders that may have impacted the business in 2020 and 2021.

The ERC Calculator is best viewed in Chrome or Firefox.



Did you experience a greater than 50% decline in gross receipts when comparing a quarter in 2020, to the same quarter in 2019? Check all that apply.

Did you experience a greater than 20% decline in gross receipts when comparing a quarter in 2021 (or Q4 2020), to the same quarter in 2019? Check all that apply.


Was the business required to suspend a more than nominal portion of its operations due to a government order that limited commerce, travel or group meetings due to COVID-19?

If yes, what date did the order begin? (format example 3/20/2020)

If yes, what date was the order suspended/lifted? (format example 12/31/2020)


Did you receive Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans? Check all that apply.


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Never heard of the ERC?

The ERC is a refundable payroll tax credit for wages and health plan expenses paid or incurred by an employer whose operations were either fully or partially suspended due to a COVID-19-related governmental order or where the employer experienced a significant reduction in gross receipts.