You know the phrase, “don’t leave money on the table,” but have you applied for the Employee Retention Tax Credit yet? If not, that could be your money left on the table!

The Employee Retention Credit (ERC), also called the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC), is a refundable tax credit for businesses and tax-exempt organizations that had employees and were affected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out if you’re eligible for ERC relief on this episode of the Cut to the Chase: Podcast, as Gregg Goldfarb interviews Ted Forman from Forman Law Offices. Ted is a skilled and successful courtroom litigator and negotiator in mass torts, medical malpractice, and serious personal injuries. 

Today, Ted is busting myths and misconceptions around ERC eligibility and teaching you two ways your law firm (or other business) can qualify for ERC relief funds. Ted and his team at Forman Law Offices are ready to help you get your ERC money. Don’t leave thousands on the table. Act now!

Join Gregg and Ted on “Cut to the Chase” as they discuss:

– How to qualify for the ERC program.

– Am I eligible for ERC funds if I received PPP loans?

– Do I need to do a financial analysis with my accountant to prove I am eligible for ERC?

– The Revenue Reduction Test & The Temporary Partial Business Interruption Test.

– How to work with Forman Law Offices to get ERC funds for your law firm.

– What is the due date to apply for ERC money? When does the ERC relief program end?

– How the IRS is preventing ERC fraud.

– Can my other (non-law) business hire Ted to get ERC relief?

– I’m a solo law firm owner with no employees. Am I eligible for ERC relief?


The resources mentioned in this episode are:

– To figure out if your law firm (or other business) qualifies for ERC relief, you can use the Revenue Reduction Test and the Temporary Partial Business Interruption Test.

– To work with Ted to receive your ERC funds, visit his website: and call his office at 1-800-827-7731.

– Depending on the tax year you apply for, due dates for ERC applications are April 15th, 2024 and April 15th, 2025.


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