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The IRS has issued Form 7200, Advance Payment of Employer Credits Due to COVID-19. Form 7200 will be used to request an advance payment of tax credits for qualified sick and qualified family leave wages and the employee retention credit that will be claimed on employment tax forms such as Form 941, Form 941-PR, Form 941-SS, Form 943, Form 943-PR, Form 944, Form 944(SP), Form CT-1.
Employers who file their any of following employment tax Form 941, 943, 944, or CT-1 may file Form 7200 to request an advance payment of the tax credit for qualified sick, family leave wages, and the employee retention credit.
You have to reconcile any advance credit payments and reduced deposits on your employment tax return(s) that you will file for 2020. No employer is required to file Form 7200.
You can file the form 7200 for an advance payment of the credits anticipated for a quarter at any time before the end of the month following the quarter in which you paid the qualified wages. If necessary, you can file Form 7200 several times during each quarter.
The amount of the credit is 50% of the qualifying wages paid up to $10,000 in total and this is effective only for the wages paid between March 13th and December 31, 2020.
The definition of qualifying wages varies based on the number of employees an employer had in 2019. If the employees' count is less than 100 on average in 2019, then the credit is calculated based on wages paid to all employees. The employer will get the credit for the wages paid to employees whether they worked or not.
You can’t file a corrected Form 7200 if you have already filed it with the IRS. But, If you find any error on Form 7200, then it can be corrected when you file your employment tax Forms such as 941, 943, 944, or CT-1 for 2020.