Alert: Funds Still Available As Of 07/20/2024

Attention Gig Workers, Freelancers, Sole Proprietors, Side Hustlers, Sales Reps...Anyone Who Earned "1099 Income" In 2020 Or 2021...

IRS Announces $50 Billion In Covid Relief Aid To Independent Contractors... You May Be Owed Up To $32,220.00

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  • Tailored Aid for Independent Business Owners: Designed by Congress, FFCRA supports sole proprietors, freelancers, and gig workers through the pandemic, helping to build a stronger future.

  • Direct Cash Refund, Not a Loan: FFCRA provides a straightforward refund of the taxes you've already paid, not a loan that needs to be repaid.

  • Widened Eligibility: Initially for traditional employers, FFCRA’s scope now includes self-employed individuals, a first in federal law.

  • Urgent Opportunity with a Deadline: Time-sensitive chance to receive a refund on 2020 taxes by April 15, 2024, and for 2021 taxes by April 15, 2025.

  • Get Paid In As Little As 72 Hours: 1099 Together simplifies the FFCRA tax refund process with a CPA-designed platform, handling all calculations and tax amendments and can arrange payment in as little as 72 hours (IRS wait time is 8 months!)

Did you get paid as an independent contractor in 2020 or 2021?

If so, there's a good chance the IRS owes you money. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFRCA) has set aside $50 billion in tax credits to help people who missed out on their "1099" income

The average person is getting back around $9,000, with potential claims up to $32,220!

You may be owed up to $32,220.00. You must hurry as these federal founds are only available on a first come first serve basis.

Once exhausted, it is unlikely more money will be made available.

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1099 Together designed this portal to help self-employed individuals receive the maximum refunds deserved with speed and ease. 1099 Together did not, however, create the FFCRA program or eligibility criteria. The FFCRA is a program through the IRS. The IRS issues the FFCRA as a tax credit in the form of a check. It can take up to 20 weeks to receive your credit from the IRS