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Self-Employed and work disrupted in 2020 or 2021 by COVID-19? Unlock potential $32,220 tax credit with The FFCRA.

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IRS Unveils Details: Self-Employed Tax Credits in Pandemic Times

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Breaking Down SETC: A Guide to the FFCRA Tax Credit

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), passed by Congress in March 2020 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, aimed to extend unemployment benefits to "Eligible Employers." However, it's important to note that "Self-Employed Individuals" were not initially included in this provision. While the Employer Retention Credit (ERC) was an option, the Self-Employment Tax Credit (SETC) through the FFCRA was not yet accessible.

From ERC to SETC: Navigating the Tax Credit Spectrum.

Between December 2020 and April 2021, the FFCRA underwent a game-changing expansion with the CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan Act. This upgrade introduced the Self-Employment Tax Credit (SETC), enabling COVID-19-related Paid Leave for Self-Employed Individuals.
At CreditNest, our team of seasoned CPA’s and U.S. Tax Attorneys is excited to simplify this journey for you. We've streamlined the process, making it safe, easy, and swift for self-employed individuals—whether independent contractors, 1099 Schedule C’s, IBO’s, gig workers, freelancers, or Schedule K LLC’s—to access the FFCRA tax credit they rightfully deserve. Let CreditNest guide you through, ensuring you understand and leverage the benefits you may be eligible for.
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Personal Sick Leave

Personal Sick Leave: Compensation for missed work during the pandemic, covering illness, symptoms, vaccination appointments, quarantine or COVID-related situations.

Up to $511/day for 10 days in 2020 & 2021. Calculate Credit: Net Income/260 x days not worked, up to $10,220.

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Family Care Leave

Tax Credit for Child Care: If you cared for child during COVID-19 due to daycare or school closures (Daycare through High School), including virtual learning, claim your tax credit for missed work in the pandemic.

Up to $200/day for 50 days in 2020 and 60 days in 2021. Calculate Credit: Net Income/260 x 67% x days caring, for a maximum credit of up to $22,000.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are SETC and FFCRA?
2. Which dates fall within the scope of FFCRA and SETC?
3. What circumstances allow individuals to claim FFCRA benefits?
4. How is the credit amount calculated?
5. What is the timeframe for receiving funds?
6. What is the total amount of the FFCRA credit?
7. Who does the IRS consider to be self - employed?
8. What exactly qualifies someone as a dependent?
9. Can individuals who have received unemployment benefits still qualify for the FFCRA income tax credit?
10. Are weekends part of the calculation?
11. If I didn't compensate myself for sick leave, do I still qualify?
12. Can I claim days for providing care to a child other than my own?
13. Does the credit still apply if my child's school shifted to online classes?
14. Will the refund be issued as a check, or will it be deposited into my account?
15. Is it possible to claim FFCRA tax credits if I am employed as a W-2 employee?
16. Why is it necessary to have positive tax earnings   to be eligible for the FFCRA income tax credit?
17. How does the "Child or Other Dependent" tax credit work?
18. Is it possible for multiple parents or guardians to simultaneously claim FFCRA tax credits to care for a child when their school or place of care closed or went virtual due to COVID-19?
19. Is FFCRA considered a loan or a grant?
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