Join our webinar panel discussion on the federal Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) and how businesses and non-profit organizations can take advantage of the program. The panel will feature an overview of the Employee Retention Credit by Eric Suazo of RKL, with representatives of The Manufacturers’ Association, MANTEC, and YCEA on hand to field questions from businesses.
Many Pennsylvania businesses and nonprofit organizations have an opportunity to take advantage of immediate tax savings with the Employee Retention Credit (ERC). The ERC is part of the COVID-19 Relief Bill signed into law in late December 2020 and allows taxpayers to apply for a credit against expected payroll taxes for the first and second quarter of the year.
The ERC was part of the CARES Act, but was limited in scope and Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) recipients could not participate. The COVID-19 relief legislation extended the ERC for 2021 and expanded eligibility, increased savings, and added a retroactive provision for PPP loan recipients.
Time: Apr 23, 2021 12:00 PM
There is no cost to attend this webinar, but registration is required. CLICK HERE to register.
Adam Marsh, President of Ledge Inc. and Manufacturers’ Association Board President
Adam Marsh started Ledge Inc. in 2012 to specialize in creating solutions tailored to customer needs utilizing Microsoft-based tools. Ledge Inc. provides quality system implementation, process design, database development, quality tools, quality training, and data analysis to companies in South Central Pennsylvania and throughout the country. Prior to starting Ledge Inc., Adam served as a Data Analyst and Engineer at St. Onge Company.
Eric Suazo, Consultant with RKL, LLC
Eric Suazo joined RKL in 2020 as consultant with the Human Capital Management practice. He has extensive experience providing outsourced assistance to clients regarding employee relations, benefits administration, and Human Resource systems operations. Prior to joining the RKL team, Eric served as a program associate at the Fund for the City of New York.
Tom Palisin, Executive Director of The Manufacturers’ Association
Tom Palisin has served as the executive director of The Manufacturers’ Association since 2014. Prior to his current role, Tom spent 18 years working for the state of Pennsylvania, including nearly a decade with the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. He also volunteers with several organizations and serves as a board member for the PA Recycling Markets Center, Partnership for Career Development and Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week.
Silas Chamberlin, Vice President of Economic & Community Development at York County Economic Alliance
Silas Chamberlin has served as a VP with the YCEA since 2018. He served as CEO of Downtown Inc, prior to the organization’s strategic affiliation with YCEA.
Leigh Ann Wilson, Chief Operating Officer for MANTEC
Leigh Ann Wilson joined MANTEC in 2007 and was named Chief Operating Officer in 2020. She provides strategic planning and directing business initiatives, leading the sales team and positioning the organization in the region. Leigh Ann has received numerous recognitions for her work, including as one of Central Penn Business Journal’s “Women of Influence”, an Ignite Award recipient from the York County Economic Alliance, and one of Central Penn Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40.”