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Hire the #1 FFCRA processing team to ensure you receive the maximum refund you deserve. Please take a moment to read and sign our Engagement Letter. Your signature empowers our team to handle your tax credit refund with care and expertise on your behalf. Plus we guarantee you'll receive the maximum refund available to you!

What are my next steps to claim my refund?

  • Read and sign the engagement letter.
  • Pay your fully refundable retainer fee of $350. If you don't get the maximum refund available, you don't pay anything.
  • Setup your private access to our secure Client Portal to upload your documents.
  • Verify your identity and submit your documents to our team.
  • Wait for your tax refund to arrive from the IRS.

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Direct Funder, LLC Engagement Letter

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$500 Maximum Refund Guarantee

Guaranteed Peace of Mind with Our FFCRA Service!

We're so confident in our expertise and the efficiency of our proprietary process that we offer you an unbeatable guarantee. If you find a more accurate or higher refund amount elsewhere, we'll not only match it but sweeten the deal with an extra $500 in your pocket.

At Direct Funder, we're committed to ensuring you get the maximum financial benefit from the FFCRA. Our proprietary system, designed by tax experts, streamlines the entire process, making it the easiest journey for you. You're not just a client; you're part of the Direct Funder family, and we've got your back.

With us, it's not just about getting a refund; it's about getting the most you deserve. That's our promise, and we back it with a $500 guarantee. Choose Direct Funder for FFCRA services and experience the assurance of unmatched accuracy and a process that's as easy as it gets. Your peace of mind is our priority."

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Why We Recommend Choosing Direct Funder for Your FFCRA Tax Refund Claim

Filing an FFCRA tax refund claim independently may seem like an option, but consider the benefits of choosing Direct Funder, LLC for a more efficient and hassle-free experience:

Can I file an FFCRA tax refund on my own?

Yes you can.  However, we do highly recommend you hire a CPA or tax professional. Below are the basic steps you can follow to file your claim on your own.

Step 1: Determine Eligibility

To claim the FFCRA tax credits, you need to determine your eligibility. This involves assessing your status as a self-employed individual, freelancer, or small business owner who has been affected by COVID-19.

Step 2: Perform Your Own Income Audit

If you decide not to hire a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), you'll need to perform your own audit on your income and qualifiers. This includes a thorough examination of your financial records to ensure accuracy and completeness.

Step 3: Understand Complex Rules for Amending Returns

Filing an amended tax return comes with complex rules and regulations. You must be familiar with these rules to ensure your claim is in compliance with the IRS guidelines.

Step 4: Determine Dates and Times for COVID-Related Absences

Identify the specific dates and times when you were unable to work due to COVID-19-related issues. Ensure that these align with the IRS rules for claiming the refund.

Step 5: Complete the Necessary Forms and Adhere to Timelines

Know which forms to file and adhere to the timelines set by the IRS. Missing deadlines or using incorrect forms can result in delays or rejections of your claim.

Step 6: Follow Up with the IRS

If you choose to file on your own, you'll need to follow up with the IRS regularly. Approximately 30% of self-filed claims get put on hold and may not be processed without consistent follow-up. Be prepared to invest time in checking the status of your claim.

Make the smart choice for your FFCRA tax credit claim and let Direct Funder, LLC simplify the process and get you the Maximum Refund Guaranteed.