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Home | COVID Relief You Can’t Afford to Overlook: Utilizing the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC)
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The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was originally established by the CARES Act in March 2020. Eligible businesses can receive direct refund payments of up to $26,000 per W2 employee. Even if your business received PPP funds or didn’t experience a decline in revenue, you may still be eligible for ERTC.
Presented in partnership with the PA Chamber of Business and Industry, VerusGP provided expert knowledge about the ERTC program. If your company was previously told it did not qualify, the ERTC program has evolved significantly over time, and you may now be eligible.
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Mark Eveland, CEO of Verus LLC and Co-Founder of VerusGP, is a seasoned executive with over two decades of experience developing and leading strong teams. A visionary, change leader, creative problem solver, and early adopter of technological solutions. He is an expert in building effective settlement and claims management programs for mass torts, class actions, and insurance runoffs.
Mark began his career with a large consulting firm, assisting clients involved in asbestos, breast implant, and other large-scale product liability cases. Before founding Verus in 2003, he served as operations manager of the largest asbestos claims facility in the country and went on from there to launch a firm that specialized in third party administration of securities fraud class actions. Throughout his career, Mark has had the pleasure of providing research, discovery, analytics, and settlement administration support to many of the best litigators in the country working to resolve issues with wide-ranging societal effects. Taking a lesson from the strong mentors he has encountered over the years, he and his partners built Verus by hiring intelligent, creative people with a shared commitment to doing impactful work.
When he is not at work, you can usually find him reading in his favorite chair, tending his garden, puttering around his workshop, walking the woods looking for birds and wildflowers, or fishing the streams near his home.
Michelle Benton, Co-Founder of VerusGP, received her bachelor’s degree in English at the University of South Alabama. She then attended Samford University where she received her law degree. In addition to her undergrad and law school education, she has worked for Cumbest, Cumbest, Hunter & McCormick for 27 years on mass tort/personal injury and products liability cases. Michelle is licensed to practice in Alabama, District of Columbia, and Mississippi. She was also a partner in Turtle Creek Subdivision which utilized Hurricane Katerina Disaster Relief Funds to build affordable concrete housing for low-income buyers on the MS Gulf Coast and served as Secretary on the board of Gulf Coast Housing Initiative which provides housing assistance for veterans and low-income families.