The Employee Retention Tax Credit program (ERTC) is a federal program created by Congress in the CARES Act which provides qualifying business owners tax refunds of up to $26,000 per W-2 employee. Most businesses, even essential businesses, qualify under the "Government Order" test, although there is also a "Gross Receipts" test.
Skip Coomber has been a member of the California state bar since 1991. Although the work as a consultant for the Employee Retention Tax Credit program is not of a legal nature, Mr. Coomber’s 31 years in the practice of law certainly affords him, and his organization, significant insights into the ERTC process. Mr. Coomber has served as a financial advisor and has spoken at over 100 investment conferences around the world, speaking at a current average of 5 per year.
In addition, Mr. Coomber and his wife are business owners, operating their urban winery, Coomber Craft Wines Oceanside in Oceanside,