Episode 14

Published on:

8th Sep 2022

COVID Pandemic Relief for Small Businesses

Are you a small business owner who was affected by the pandemic? Then listen up, because you might be missing out on relief measures available to you. 

This episode is all about COVID relief measures. We’re specifically covering the IRS Employee Retention Credit and why it has been underutilized. Don’t click away if you think you don’t qualify, because things have changed since it was first announced so you might qualify now! 

It’s unusual that this applies to small businesses because, as those of you who run small businesses know, we don’t usually get credits! 

We’re sharing some tips on how to qualify and apply for the Employee Retention Credit. We want to clear some things up and make it as easy as possible for you to apply if you qualify. 

Tune in now to find out if you’re leaving money on the table. 

Show notes are available at www.brysonlawfirm.com.

Resources Mentioned:

COVID Pandemic Relief Continues: The IRS Employee Retention Credit Presentation PDF Guide: https://drive.google.com/file/d/15uGKf3BDDgLS9-R9UO7bqOuAmi2Nf1cT/view 

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About the Podcast

Talkin' Tax
Serious Tax Talk with a Louisiana Twist
Co-founders of the Bryson Law Firm, Cary and Angela Bryson, have over 40 years of combined legal experience in Louisiana and Texas and have built a thriving and successful law firm that aids their fellow “Loosianans” and Texans when it comes to the complicated realm of taxes.

Together with the help of their roots, experience, and deep insight, they break down topics such as bank levies, lien assistance, tax resolution, payroll, and more on their podcast Talkin' Tax for anyone who needs a little bit more guidance.

Rest assured that Cary and Angela, who are rooted in faith, family, and taxes, will help you understand your tax problems and find the best solution for them one episode at a time.

For more information, visit www.brysonlawfirm.com.