Bottom Line Savings is pleased to announce that businesses that have changed in any way or are currently struggling to stay afloat due to the impacts of the pandemic, can still claim up Grant Money through US Government-sponsored Employee Retention Credits.
According to Joe Bosco – one of the team leaders with Bottom Line’s Government Aid Division, the company has successfully helped over 2000 business owners in the USA receive over $200,000,000 in grant refunds.
Since inception in 2009, Bottom Line Savings has helped their clients – which include over hundreds of fortune 1000 companies, recover more than $1 billion dollars collectively.
The company is currently offering to help small and mid size businesses process their ERC application with zero upfront fees and insists that clients will only pay for their services after the client receives their check from the IRS.
Joe Bosco is personally responsible for helping hundreds of business owners recover from the harsh economic effects of the pandemic. The small business hero, who is passionate about helping the economy flourish, spares nothing in supporting fellow business owners and enjoys the gratitude of helping an entire small city stay open for business.
“I wake up super excited because my job entails helping people receive life changing money. Many of my friends and family were devastated by the pandemic and it’s very fulfilling for me to be able to help them recover financially without putting anybody at risk,” says Joe Bosco.
Joe Bosco posits that when it comes to government grant money, most accountants and payroll companies have inadequate knowledge about the extensions of the new laws. And to save themselves from litigation, these companies simply shy away from conducting the required research and instead, list their clients as ineligible.
However, Bottom Line Savings, founded by CEO Josh Fox, maintains a team of 20+ accountants and attorneys with specific knowledge on ERC and experience navigating the difficult program. Businesses seeking to access the Covid 19 grants simply need to upload their documents and let the company undertake the entire process.
If your business has undergo any change due to Covid-19, you should schedule a call and learn more about the Employee Retention Credit Grant.
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