Taxpayers have reported waiting 10 to 12 months, and in some cases longer, to receive their ERC refunds. The IRS states that taxpayers should not file a second return claiming the same refund, as that will likely result in even longer delays while investigating duplicate claims. Originally, it was expected that, after filing an amended payroll report, the IRS would issue a refund within six weeks to six months. Even this wide window now seems optimistic.
You should now plan a delivery time of nine to twelve months. Disaster Loan Advisors can help your company with the complex and confusing employee retention credit (ERC) and employee retention tax credit (ERTC) program.