GIG Partners LLC

GIG Partners LLC Referral Partnership Program.

What Gig Partners LLC does.

We notify businesses on how they can get a Federal refund on monies they typically do not know about.

That refund is called the (ERTC) or (ERC) Employee Retention Tax Credit. 

The ERTC was established by the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

I have an Contract Relationship with an accounting firm to market their services. They handle all the logistics.

Who are we looking for

1. Individuals to help me reach out to these business and send them to a website so they can fill out the qualification form. 

2. Collect commissions after business owners go through the refund process.

3. The Cool Part  is there is No Sales Involved. It is simple as asking business owners if they want unclaimed money and did they have at least 5 W2 Employees in 2020 or 2021

4. The perfect side hustle for stay at home moms or dads etc.

5. You can reach out anyway. Cold Calling is not a requirement.


Someone who is not afraid to reach out. Any method is open game. Email, Facebook, LinkedIn, flyers, phone calls etc.

You will have to make a call every now and then to remind a business to not procrastinate.

 You are in full control of how you do this.

NOT Qualified are tire kickers, freebie seekers, want a quick buck, etc.

I provide training and we have weekly calls to help us all with success.

How much can I make?

That is a fair question. Gig Partners LLC is paid a % of the accounting firms fees charged to the business owner. Payment is after the accounting firm receives all fees.

The accounting firms fee to the business owner is typically 20%. (18%-25%) 

The average net commissions to Gig Partners LLC is 15% of the accounting firm fee

Of which we pay 50% to you.

Simple Example

Average refund to business owner is $150K.

Average accounting firm fee (20%) or $30K. That is for all the forms, check balances, filing, audit protection etc. 

From that fee commissions are paid.

Commission to Gig Partners LLC average is 15% of $30K or $4500 of which you get 50% or $2250 for very little time.

A 600K refund to business owner would net you $6,000

Potential example. Refer 6 qualified businesses a month and 3 completed the process that is $6700

What’s the Catch?

No Catch. We are a real business offering a real service to local businesses. You will have to fill the pipeline to get the process going. The amount of time from business application to refund depends on the how soon the business submits their forms. I recommend you calling them in the event they procrastinate. Processing is now running 7-9 weeks.

Next Steps

1. Read the rest of this page it is similar to the business website without the business application form and will give you a full detail of the process business go through.

2. Fill out the Partner Program qualification form by clicking on the apply button on this page.

3. I will evaluate your application and set up a time to discuss if approved.

5 Steps to Cash Process

You are only evolved in Step 1 and 2

Apply to our Referral Program

Your time investment will be under 9 minutes.

And could be worth thousands.

Please read this website first as to not waste our time our yours. 

Only form applications excepted

GIG Partners LLC

Lakewood, CO 80226

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All Rights Reserved.

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Learn How to Get Your ERTC Payroll Refund Before it Expires
All in 42 seconds.
Up To $26,000 Per W-2 Employee.

Free, No Obligation Pre-Qualification.

By answering a few, simple, non-invasive questions our team of ERTC experts can determine if you likely qualify for a no-strings-attached tax credit. There is no cost or obligation to be pre-qualified.

Average Payroll Refund has been $147,000

 Companies who increased revenues in 2020 or 2021 may qualify. Start-Ups may be eligible for up to $33K per W-2 Employee. Free to see how much money you maybe leaving on the table.

ERTC IS NOT A LOAN! No Restrictions – No Repayment.

While the ERTC was created in the CARES act along with the PPP Loans – THIS IS NOT A LOAN, there is no repayment. There are no restrictions for how recipients of the credit must use the funds.

1. Fill in the form and we will check your business  qualifications.

2. We will then evaluate how much you are likely to qualify for.

3. We will report back to any refund information and the best way for you to access it.

We only process ERTC claims for businesses with
at least 5 W-2 employees in 2020 or in 2021.

What Is The (ERTC) Employee Retention Tax Credit ERTC/ERC is a Payroll Tax Refund

It is your money do not leave it on the table!

Employee Retention Credits (ERC’s) is a refundable tax credits resulting from legislation passed and  implemented to reward business owners for retaining employees throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, However after revisions, amendments and general misinformation most businesses and non-profits either have no idea that ERC funds are available OR, think they don’t qualify.

ERC checks are NOT loans. As a result of recent revisions, , if you received PPP loans you qualify for ERC funds. ERC checks can be used at the business owners or charities discretion. Find out if you qualify, submit your application before the program expires.

This is no PPP money and yet billions of dollars are going unclaimed.

What we do is check you claim for monies that you may have a right to and we do this for free.

Tap or Click Boxes for more Information.

ERTC Overview

Full Time and Part Time Employees Qualify.
The 2020 ERC Program is a refundable tax credit of 50% of up to $10,000 in wages paid per employee from 3/12/20-12/31/20 by an eligible employer.
That is a potential of up to $5,000 per employee.

In 2021 the ERC increased to 70% of up to $10,000 in wages paid per employee per quarter for Q1, Q2, and Q3.
That is a potential of up to $21,000 per employee.

Startups eligible for up to $33,000.

Free, No Obligation Pre-Qualification

Let our expert team determine if you qualify for a sizable rebate.
By answering a few, simple, non-invasive questions our team of ERTC experts can determine if you likely qualify for a no-strings-attached tax credit.

There is no cost or obligation to be pre-qualified.

Funded by the CARES Act

Originally created to encourage businesses to keep employees on the payroll as they navigate the unprecedented effects of COVID-19.
The ERTC was established by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and provides a credit equal to 50 percent of qualified wages and health plan expenses paid after March 12, 2020 and before Jan. 1, 2021.

A per-employee $10,000 maximum of qualified 2021 wages (Q1, Q2, Q3).

That is a potential of up to $21,000 per employee!

No Restrictions - No Repayment

This is not a loan.
While the ERTC was created in the CARES act along with the PPP Loans - this is not a loan, there is no repayment.

There are no restrictions for what recipients of the credit must use the funds.

Find out what our accounting professionals can secure for your business today

These are just some of the businesses helped in the past 30 days.

Business Consulting Firm in Newport Beach, California, 19 W-2 Employees;
$44,960 Credit 

Presentation Design Agency in Nashville, TN, 19 W-2 Employees;
$162,979 Credit

Restaurant Ownership Group in Florida, 224 W-2 Employees;
$1,120,000 Credit 

Restaurant in Houston, Texas, 80 W-2 Employees;
$400,000 Credit 

Montessori School in Addison, Illinois, 35 W-2 Employees;
$175,000 Credit


Most frequent questions and answers

(Is section is custom to Gig Partners LLC. Typically not used by referral partners)

Gig Partners LLC is owned and operated by Roger Gottula. a Colorado based LLC

I have a corporate background in business operations.

When it came to my attention that small business owners are unknowingly being left out of Federal funds they maybe due.

I decided to partner with a CPA firm to help business get the monies they qualify for.

Unfortunately the paper work for an ERTC rebate/refund/tax credit is a logistic nightmare and 98% of CPA firms want nothing to do with it.

The good news the firm that I work with only specializes in ERTC.

Most standard CPA firms do not have the time to learn all the rules and keep you from being audited.

If you qualify I will align you with that CPA firm.

There is NO FEE for us to check on the monies that you may be leaving on the table.

Fill out the 3 minute form today so we can check your qualifications.

If additional cash is not something you want. I have no control over that.

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (also known as the CARES Act) was signed into law on March 27, 2020. It included two programs to assist businesses with keeping workers employed: the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) administered by the Small Business Adminstration and Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) administered by the Internal Revenue Service.

PPP funds are distributed based on 2.5 months of payroll and a minimum of 80% of the funds must be used on payroll to be eligible for forgiveness. Additionally, PPP funds are not taxable as revenue and you may still take deductions for the payroll covered by PPP.

ERTC tax credits, however, are credits (or refunds) for a percentage of payroll in each quarter that you qualify. There are specific rules for determining eligibility by quarter, and limiting the dollars that can be claimed for each employee.

Initially with the CARES Act, employers could choose to apply for PPP or claim ERTC credits, but not both.

PPP was more beneficial than ERTC for most businesses (for reasons we won’t go into here) and so most businesses with under 500 employees received forgivable PPP Loans.

On March 11, 2021, The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 was signed into law and included many modifications and expansions to existing elements of previous stimulus programs.

Noteworthy modifications for business owners included:

Businesses who applied for and received PPP funds could now also claim ERTC credits.
ERTC credits could be retroactively claimed for businesses that qualified in 2020.
ERTC credits were extended through 9/30/21 with lower qualification requirements.
The per-employee cap on qualifying wages increased from $10,000 for all of 2020 to $10,000 per quarter for the first 3 quarters of 2021.
The refundable credit amount increased from 50% of qualifying wages in 2020 to 70% in 2021.
So the short answer is “Yes” . . . you can claim ERTC even if you received PPP funds.

Unlike the Payroll Protection Program (administered by the Small Business Administration), there is actually no “application process” for the Employee Retention Tax Credits.

You simply claim the ERTC tax credit like you would any other tax credit – by asserting to the IRS that you can legally claim the credit.

When you claim a child tax credit, you do so by asserting this fact on your Form 1040 Personal Income Tax Return.

The difference is that when you claim an ERTC tax credit, you do so on your Form 941 Employer Quarterly Tax Filing.

For prior quarters, you must file an amended form (the Form 941-X) to reduce your current quarter’s tax contribution and request a refund of excess credits (which is highly likely).

Another perk of ERTC, is that since you can often estimate these credits in advance of distributing cash for payroll, you can file a Form 7200 to receive a cash advance to avoid waiting until the end of the quarter to apply for the refund.

Even though you may feel like revenue is back to normal, there are some items you want to consider before passing on this ERTC assessment.

First, even if revenues have returned to “normal” in 2021, you may have qualified in 2020 and you can retroactively claim those credits. That eligibility criteria in 2020 was based on revenue declines from 2019, or if your business was partially or fully closed due to governmental mandate.

Second, while your revenue may have returned to “normal” in Q1 2021, remember that we are comparing your Q1 2021 to Q1 2019. If 2019 was a year of growth for your business, then your revenue levels 2 years ago may have been much less than Q1 2020.

And lastly, if your revenues were down in Q4 2020 by just 20% compared to Q4 2019, then you may also be eligible for Q1 2021. There is a safe harbor provision that few advisors are talking about, and it means that many businesses are qualifying for $7,000 per employee in Q1 2021.

I know, it seems too good to be true, but the government wants to incentivize and reward you for keeping US residents employed and money flowing through our economy as we rebuild bigger and stronger than before.

You are most likely referring to a provision of the CARES Act that allowed employers to defer the deposit and payment of the employer’s share of Social Security taxes. Those deferrals must then be repaid – with at least 50% of the balance due by 12/31/21 and the remaining balance due by 12/31/22.

ERTC credits are NOT a deferral. They are dollar-for-dollar credits against wages you’ve paid. Not taxes you’ve paid, but actual wages.

These credits can offset future tax contributions or you can receive a refund check – it’s your choice.

And you will NOT have to re-pay these funds (unless, of course, you don’t provide adequate documentation in the course of an audit).

Your banker, CPA, or Financial Advisor was probably very helpful when it came to getting your PPP funds because they were effectively signing you to an SBA-guaranteed loan. The SBA paid the bank administrative fees based on the PPP loans they made, and so they were incentivized to educate you about the program and get all your paperwork in order.

Compared to the ERTC, the PPP program was also a rather simple calculation. 2 ½ times your average monthly payroll including health insurance and state unemployment taxes.

From the conversations we’ve had with bankers, they have no interest in involving themselves in your employment tax compliance. For them it is a liability and beyond their scope of services.

Your Payroll Service does an excellent job of executing the fundamentals of paying your employees, paying your employment taxes and filing your quarterly reports.

But computing your ERTC credits requires visibility into your P&L and PPP forgiveness applications. Not only that, but the complex requirements around eligibility and allocating ERTC credits at the employee-level while accounting for annual and quarterly qualifying wage gaps and . . . well, you can probably tell why Payroll Services are not offering to do all of this for you.

The Payroll Services that we’ve worked with so far are happy to provide the payroll registers that we need to perform the allocations. And they are happy to file the Amended Form 941-X with the IRS on our client’s behalf.

But that’s the extent of it.

In fact, most wise Payroll Services are asking clients to sign an indemnification waiver before submitting a Form 941-X because the Payroll Service can take no responsibility for the accuracy of the ERTC credits you are claiming.

For them to involve themselves in the intricacies of this calculation, it is a liability and beyond their scope of services.

Whether your tax accountant is a CPA or EA, he or she most likely only prepares your Federal and State Income Tax Returns. However, ERTC credits are claimed against Employment Taxes on Form 941, and cash advanced through Form 7200.

The complexity of the ERTC program is a beast unto itself and every tax accountant we’ve talked to has said they focus on staying up-to-date on the ever-evolving income tax code, and they can’t now become experts in the ERTC program as well.

If your tax accountant is comfortable determining your eligibility by quarter and year, computing your credits, and preparing contemporaneous documentation to support an IRS audit, then you should certainly let them handle all of this.

If you want a second set of eyes on this, we’re happy to take a look.

Your Bookkeeper should certainly have access to all the information that is needed for an accurate calculation of your legal ERTC claim. They will have your financial reports, payroll registers, and PPP loan forgiveness documents.

The Million Dollar Question is . . . Do They Have The Time?

  • Do they have the time to dig into the text of American Rescue Plan Act of 2021
  • And its accompanying referenced laws like: CARES ActFamilies First ActPayroll & Healthcare Enhancement ActPPP Payroll Flexibility Act and the Consolidated Appropriations Act
  • Time to read the IRS Interpretations and FAQ’s? And cross-reference those definitions with that of PPP which was separately defined and dissimilarly interpreted in the Small Business Administration’s Bulletins and IFRs?
  • Do they have the time to ensure accuracy in eligibility determination, maximize your computation and create the supporting documentation you’ll need to support an IRS audit of employer taxes?

So far, we have not found a bookkeeper who is able to take all this on, while handling the day-to-day of bookkeeping. If yours can, then take them up on their offer. We’re happy to take a second look.

Why GIG Partners LLC?
We are an Agent for the CPA firm ERTC Express.

We only specialize in maximizing Employee Retention Tax Credits for small business owners. You won’t find the CPA firm preparing income taxes, compiling financial statements, or providing attestation services of any kind.

When you engage us, rest assured that you have the best to help you lock this one-time opportunity for a large refund check from the IRS.

Apply to our Referral Program

Your time investment will be under 9 minutes.

And could be worth thousands.

Please read this website first as to not waste our time our yours. 

Only form applications excepted 

GIG Partners LLC

Lakewood, CO 80226


Copyright GIG Partners LLC 2022.

All Rights Reserved.