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The maximum credit available for each employee is $5,000 in 2020.What is the maximum employee retention credit allowed in 2021?
The maximum amount of qualified wages any one employee per quarter is limited to $10,000 (including qualified health plan expenses), with a maximum credit for a quarter with respect to any employee of $7,000 (for a total credit of $28,000 per employee for calendar year 2021). How do you claim the employee retention credit?What is the purpose of the Employee Retention Credit under the CARES Act?
Introduced in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the Employee Retention Credit was created by Congress to encourage employers to keep their employees on the payroll during the months in 2020 affected by the coronavirus pandemic.