Has your church, school, camp, college or parachurch ministry applied for the Employee Retention Credit? If so, we’d love to hear how it is working for you! The feedback that we are hearing is that this will result in 10s of millions of support for ministries. Working through it and want to be sure you…
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Is your ministry up to speed on the Employee Retention Credit? For 2020, each organization could receive up to $5,000 per qualified employee. In 2021, this has been increased to $14,000!
We know, it sounds too good to be true, right?