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The ERC for the agriculture industry

Agriculture businesses may qualify for a substantial payroll tax refund through the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), even if they received PPP loans.

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From increased cost of goods to supply chain disruptions and border closures, the agriculture industry had to fight through the pandemic.

How we've helped thousands of eligible businesses, including agriculture businesses, file for the ERC.


Qualifying them for government shutdown orders


Determining eligibility under limited commerce


Outlining COVID’s impact beyond reduced revenue

With the ERC, your qualifying agriculture business may receive a refund to recover lost resources, maintain its workforce, and manage fluctuating demand.

What our agricultural customers are saying

I would recommend Innovation Refunds & Tammy Bunkofske to help you through the ERTC Refund Process!

Mike Clark
Haralson Termite & Pest Control

Innovation refunds made it very simple, just had to get a few of my records together and submit that, and they made it as painless as possible.

Bill Lockwood
Lomita Feed

A great experience with Drew Falco, very knowledgeable on the tax laws. Thank you for all the help.

Debbie Stewart
Cobb Lumber Company

Our team of independent tax professionals works for you, with no upfront fee

Our independent tax attorneys and CPA firms like Ernst & Young have extensive knowledge of ERC qualifications and IRS tax code to help eligible agriculture businesses claim the refund they deserve.

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It's easy to get started and see if you are eligible for the ERC

In the time it takes to make a coffee, we can help determine if your agriculture business qualifies for ERC assistance.

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