Employee Retention Credit: Is Your Credit Union and Small Business Members Eligible?
June 23, 2022
If your credit union remained open during the pandemic, you could be owed money by the government under the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). The session will include valuable up-to-date information regarding the ERC and how your credit union and small business members can receive a payroll tax credit of up to $26,000 per eligible employee. We encourage you to join this session to discover if you are eligible to receive a cash refund from the IRS.
This webinar will cover the ERC’s applicability to 501(c)(1)/501(c)(a)’s and your for-profit small business members.
During this session you will gain:
- An understanding of the IRS Employee Retention Credit as it stands today
- Insight into the qualifications required to obtain this payroll tax credit for credit unions and your members
- Knowledge of the ERC process and how to determine eligibility, calculate the credit, and obtain a tax refund
Chris Zingalli, CPA
Chris is a Partner at Janover with over ten years of public accounting experience. As a leader of Janover’s Digital Advisory and Consulting groups, he and his team provide clients a variety of non-traditional accounting and advisory services such as enhanced visual reporting, business intelligence and advanced analytics dashboard development, financial modeling, transaction advisory, forecasting and cash flow analysis, among many others. Chris earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Accountancy from Bentley University and received a Master of Science in Accountancy from Bentley University’s McCallum Graduate School of Business.
Dominic Rovano, CPA, CGMA
Dominic Rovano is a Co-Partner in Charge of Janover’s New York City office. He works primarily with privately held businesses across multiple industries, helping them to satisfy their financial reporting requirements by providing assurance, tax, and other advisory services. In addition, he helps clients navigate through everyday business issues by assisting to project financial and tax impacts of important business decisions, performing reviews of internal control procedures, analyzing tax credit studies, offering support throughout Internal Revenue Service audits and providing general advice whenever needed. Dominic earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Penn State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from Central Michigan University.