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Dec
13
Tue
Learn About the Employee Retention Credit
Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Employee Retention Credit is a tax refund that most businesses are owed! If you paid W2 employees during COVID, thousands of dollars may be waiting to be claimed.

In this webinar you will get advice from our experts on:

  • What the ERC credit is?
  • What the eligibility requirements are, and how you might qualify?
  • Claiming tips that could bring thousands of dollars into your business?
  • Why the best time to start your application is ASAP?
  • Who ERC Helpdesk is and how we can maximize your ERC claim!
  • Q & A

The webinar is free and there is no commitment.

Register in advance for this webinar: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UYb0VDX2T8uF9ZskiEcCQw

NOTES:
You do not have to be an NHLA member to contact them, but as members we want to be able to recommend a professional and reputable company that will help you navigate a complex system. It is not complicated to determine your qualification, but the intricacies of getting your maximum tax credit can be difficult to interpret.

They make the process simple! Once they receive your completed survey and a few tax reports from 2020 and 2021, they will tell you exactly what you qualify for ‘automatically’.  Whatever quarters are not automatically qualified, one of the ERC experts will then ask further detailed questions about your specific situation and determine if any alternative qualifiers apply to your company. With all this information the ERC Helpdesk team will determine how to get you the maximum amount owed. They are experts and have found more money than most accountants. Everything is completely secure and private!  There is no upfront cost to you. If you receive benefits, then ERC Helpdesk will take 15% for processing. If you do not qualify, you are not charged.

Dec
15
Thu
Learn About the Employment Retention Credit
Dec 15 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The Employee Retention Credit is a tax refund that most businesses are owed! If you paid W2 employees during COVID, thousands of dollars may be waiting to be claimed.

In this webinar you will get advice from our experts on:

  • What the ERC credit is?
  • What the eligibility requirements are, and how you might qualify?
  • Claiming tips that could bring thousands of dollars into your business?
  • Why the best time to start your application is ASAP?
  • Who ERC Helpdesk is and how we can maximize your ERC claim!
  • Q & A

The webinar is free and there is no commitment.

Register in advance for this webinar: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Kso81t-sTtG8GNAuq6CPIw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

NOTES:
You do not have to be an NHLA member to contact them, but as members we want to be able to recommend a professional and reputable company that will help you navigate a complex system. It is not complicated to determine your qualification, but the intricacies of getting your maximum tax credit can be difficult to interpret.

They make the process simple! Once they receive your completed survey and a few tax reports from 2020 and 2021, they will tell you exactly what you qualify for ‘automatically’.  Whatever quarters are not automatically qualified, one of the ERC experts will then ask further detailed questions about your specific situation and determine if any alternative qualifiers apply to your company. With all this information the ERC Helpdesk team will determine how to get you the maximum amount owed. They are experts and have found more money than most accountants. Everything is completely secure and private!  There is no upfront cost to you. If you receive benefits, then ERC Helpdesk will take 15% for processing. If you do not qualify, you are not charged.

Jan
18
Wed
NHLA Dinner Meeting: The Heirloom Gardener @ Puritan Backroom Conference Center
Jan 18 @ 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

The Heirloom Gardener – Traditional Plants and Skills

NHLA welcomes garden historian, ethnobotanist ,and heirloom specialist, John Forti. John lectures nationally and internationally at museums, garden clubs, botanical gardens, horticultural, herbal, and historical societies. He regularly consults on historic garden restoration projects nationally and has designed numerous public and private gardens throughout the country.

He has directed gardens for Plimoth Plantation Museum, Strawbery Banke Museum, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, and Bedrock Gardens. As a Slow Food Slow Food USA Governor and biodiversity specialist, his preservation work has helped to restore countless native and heirloom plants and has brought traditional artisanal practices to modern thinking.  He has won numerous awards for historic garden preservation, children’s garden design, herbal and historical education and the 2021 Award of Excellence from National Garden Clubs, one of the nation’s most-recognized nonprofits and largest volunteer gardening organization in the world.  His new book was inspired by his posts as The Heirloom Gardener – John Forti which go out regularly to millions on Facebook.

His talk will draw from his new book of traditional plants and skills for the modern world.  Richly illustrated with period images and contemporary photographs, his PowerPoint shares inspiration from our long history of heirloom and native plant preservation, garden craft and homestead lifeways that we can apply to our own gardens and landscapes. Artisanal gardening lifestyles that are helping us to rebuild vibrant local agricultural economies and celebrate sustainable cottage industries that are contributing to our new, homegrown American arts & crafts movement and backyard environmentalism. At a time when we could all use a little good news, we hope you will join us for a refreshing look at how you can make a difference and build habitat in your own backyard and community.

Snow Date:  Thursday, January 19, 2023

Registration will begin at 5:00pm. Talk will begin promptly at 5:45pm. Dinner will follow talk.

Cost:  $55 for members, $65 for non-members.

Register Online

NHCLPs will earn one-half credit for attending. Attendance list will be sent to Abby Zuidema, after the event.

Please contact Cori Cahow at organicggirl@gmail.com or Pam Moreau at nhla@comcast.net for more details.