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What is the Self Employed Tax Credit?


Self-Employed individuals can receive up to $32,220 in tax credit for missed work due to COVID


Applies to 1099 Contractors, Small Business Owners, Sole Proprietors, Freelancers, and Gig-Workers


These credits are NOT a loan or grant, but simply a refund from taxes you already paid in 2020 and 2021, non taxable credit


Claim the days COVID-19 affected your ability to work up to $511 per day


Deadline April 15th, 2025 for 2021 tax year credits - ACT NOW!

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Couldn’t work due to Covid? Up to $511 per day of work missed.


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The self-employed tax credit was created under the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and extended by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP). It is a financial aid program for self-employed individuals, freelancers, and independent contractors. This credit aims to compensate those who experienced a loss of income due to COVID-19 related reasons.

The SETC credit is calculated based on the number of days you couldn't work due to COVID-19 and your net earnings from self-employment (From your schedule C or schedule SE). You get a daily amount for up to 10 days if you were sick or quarantined, and for up to 50 or 60 days for caring for someone else or due to school closures, depending on the year. Your daily earnings are determined by dividing your annual net self-employment income by 260 days.

You'll receive your credit directly from the IRS in the form of a check mailed to your home. The processing time can vary, typically ranging between 16 to 24 weeks from the time of your application submission.

Yes, if you were both a W2 employee and self-employed, you can still qualify for the tax credit, as long as your self-employed work meets the SETC program's eligibility criteria. However, if you already claimed your full sick and family leave as a W2 employee, you may not be eligible to receive more.

Here are the qualifications:

  1. Self-Employment Status: You must have earned income as a self-employed individual, freelancer, or independent contractor during 2020 or 2021.
  2. Impact of COVID-19 - You were unable to work due to:
    • COVID-19 illness
    • Quarantine
    • Caring for a family member affected by COVID-19
    • Childcare unavailability because of COVID-19

Income Criteria: Having net positive earnings from self-employment in the tax years you're claiming the credit for. This means that you paid taxes on your self-employed income, which should be reported on schedule SE form 1040 from the IRS.

For the SETC program, a self-employed individual is defined as someone who earns income directly from their own business, trade, or profession, rather than as an employee of another company. This includes freelancers, independent contractors, sole proprietors, and members of partnerships. To be considered self employed for this credit you will also need to have a schedule C and or schedule SE in your tax returns.

Yes the SETC credit is 100% legit. The program was created by our government to help self-employed individuals who were financially affected by COVID. Thousands of people have already successfully received their return.

Yes! Filing your 2023 taxes does not impact your ability to claim your SETC refund check. Remember, if you still owe taxes, the refund check will automatically be applied to your back taxes balance.


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