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Employee Retention Credit: Scott DeLuca, Kavinoky Cook LLP | PeopleWork

Posted by Complete Payroll | Apr 7, 2021 10:00:00 AM

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Scott DeLuca from Kavinoky Cook LLP joins Joe Peluso to discuss the Employee Retention Credit (ERTC or ERC), who is eligible for it, how they can take advantage of it, and how it was impacted by the recently passed American Rescue Plan.

Lessons Covered:

  1. What is the Employee Retention Credit?
  2. Who is Eligible for the Employee Retention Credit
  3. What benefits are available for employers for 2020?
  4. What changes are there for employers in 2021?


Contact Scott DeLuca:

Web: kavinoky.com
Email: rsdeluca@kavinokycook.com  |  Cell:  716.481.8216

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Topics: Labor law, Employees, Human resources, PeopleWork, COVID-19, FFCRA

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