Oct 7, 2021 08:00 AM


Central District Membership Meeting

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Have you claimed the Employee-Retention Tax Credit?

Justin Brown and Dan Van Beek, partner and senior manager, respectively, at Larson Gross CPAs & Consultants, will join us virtually via Microsoft Teams to discuss the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) -- a substantial refundable tax credit that's designed to help businesses impacted by COVID-19.

This session will address general information about the ERTC, including which employers are eligible and how to claim the credit, how other funding programs interact with it and the latest legislation surrounding the credit. Larson Gross has helped many general contractors and specialty contractors apply and receive the ERTC. And while it is a high-profile funding program that has received a lot of attention, many businesses either haven’t explored if they are eligible or haven’t heard of it at all. Join us to learn more about how you can take advantage of this unique funding opportunity.

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Justin Brown is a partner and the construction-practice leader at Larson Gross. Justin’s expertise is multi-faceted, covering tax, audit & attest services, as well as consulting. He specializes in working with the management teams of large enterprises that include complex entity structures. He’s well-versed with the unique challenges of construction businesses, and is a member of the Construction Financial Management Association.

Dan Van Beek is a senior manager who specializes in serving owner-operated businesses. While his primary expertise is in taxation, Dan also assists businesses and individuals with proactive tax planning, profitability analyses, ownership transition and various other types of strategic business planning. Most recently, he has led the firm’s Employee Retention Tax Credit service, helping businesses apply and receive this unique funding opportunity.


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