Case Study:
San Diego-based Dentistry

Meet Alexandra, a  dentist in San Diego who runs a family-owned dentistry.

The pandemic brought unprecedented challenges to her business, but Alexandra was determined to keep her team together and her business afloat.

Alexandra reached out to her CPA for advice regarding the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) program. They were familiar with the program but did not offer their clients the filing service.

They referred her to ERCMaxCredit, a specialized firm that helps small businesses navigate the ERC program. After consulting with an ERCMaxCredit consultant, Alexandra learned that she qualified for the credit due to government mandates that forced her to operate differently.

She claimed a tax credit of $532,300 for retaining her employees during the pandemic.

Alexandra's story is a reminder that even in the toughest of times, there are opportunities and resources available for business owners.

If your business was affected by the pandemic and had to adapt its operations, ERCMaxCredit can help you understand if you qualify for the Employee Retention Credit.

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