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In Partnership with Seidel, Whittington & Co., P.C.

SW & Co Seidel, Whittington & Co., P.C.

Has your business lost revenue, products, or inadequate shift coverage because of a hurricane or wild fire? Then you may be eligible to earn up to $2,400 for each employee!

Time to Act is Now

These incentives will expire!

    President Trump signed H.R. 1865 (116) into law In December 2019 which included a tax credit package, along with the Hurricane Disaster Relief Act of 2017 (H.R. 3823, Section 503) and The Employee Retention Credit For Employers Affected by the California Wildfires. The tax relief legislation includes an employee retention credit to encourage employers affected by hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters to retain employees while their businesses regain normal operations.

    Synergi Partners evaluates tax credit eligibility for business in all affected disaster areas. Synergi Partners has developed a “Operational Impact Analysis” which evaluates business revenue loss on an individual basis.

    How does Synergi determine if my business qualifies for a retention credit? Synergi reviews different areas of the business that affected your operations. These areas include:

    Operational Impact
    Physical Impact
    Productivity Benchmarks
    Financial Impact

    How To Get Started?

    Register Yourself

    Fill out the form and submit your contact information.

    Contact

    A Synergi Rep will contact you to discuss the next steps.

    Close

    Synergi will notify that you are ready to go. Sit back and start earning credits.

    Questions? Contact Ken Machemehl (678) 237-2035 or

    Questions?

    Contact Ken Machemehl (678) 237-2035 or

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