Did you know you can still claim the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), going all the way back to Q1 2020? Even if you got a PPP Loan!? (Many firms are eligible for both)
The legal field has been profoundly impacted by the pandemic, and attorneys in Maryland, and beyond, have been able to claim the ERC to help maintain their payrolls and navigate the uncertainty. Even if your firm’s revenue didn’t drop, you may have experienced a partial suspension in operations that would make you eligible.
Join our speakers, Rebecca Sheppard, Esq. and J. Peter Haukebo, Esq. of Frost Law, to discuss ERC and eligibility for the credit, and how attorneys frequently meet the criteria.
This is informational only and no CLE credit will be offered for the surrounding MCLE states.
More about the Panelists:
Rebecca Sheppard, Director, Frost Law
Rebecca provides tax solutions for individuals and businesses including limited liability companies, partnerships, and corporations. She is well versed in the intricacies of individual and corporate income tax, motor fuel tax, business license revocation, tax relief and collection issues, appeals, and state and local tax matters. As a former member of the Comptroller of Maryland in the Hearings and Appeals Section, Rebecca is experienced in personal officer liability stemming from assessments in sales and use tax, withholding tax, and admissions and amusement tax.
Peter Haukebo, Director, Frost Law
Peter’s practice focuses on the areas of tax controversy and planning and business transaction matters. He’s been representing individuals and businesses including corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies since 2012. Peter’s background includes licensing, mergers and acquisitions, wills and trusts, estate planning, corporate governance, and settling/resolving tax disputes between clients and collections agencies such as the IRS. Peter also participates in presenting at educational webinars, discussing legal topics in YouTube videos, and mentoring new attorneys at Frost Law. Prior to joining Frost Law, Peter managed his own firm, where he handled/provided wills, trusts, estates, taxes, business planning, and government contracts.