Free Money for your business with ARPA and CARES acts
I am taking a break from my usual posts to tell you a story about free money. It’s a special program we’ve discovered that’s changed our clients lives.
It’s the JLW Credits Audit. Since we’ve been using it, we’ve discovered tens of thousands of unclaimed credits and government subsidies available through the ARPA and CARES Acts for EACH of our clients. We have yet to discover even one of our clients who had known what was available to them. Collectively, this has added up to millions of dollars. This isn’t theoretical, it’s free money that has already been received.
I’m not exaggerating when I tell you it’s been a real gamechanger. These aren’t loans. They don’t need to be paid back. They are even tax free. It is truly free money.
It’s like finding a winning lottery ticket and you didn’t even buy a ticket. It’s free, it’s legal, it’s ethical and available to business owners in the US.
And the best part? JLW Business Advisors only charges you a small finder’s fee on the free money you actually receive. Nothing upfront. Not a single dollar of risk. They even work with your current payroll company and CPA. They handle the backend calculations to maximize your return and handle the process from start to finish.
You can get a free money estimate of what they can get you through their proprietary JLW Credits Audit at:
I’m happy to answer any questions about JLW Credits Audit if you’re not sure if it’s right for you. Feel free to reach out to us directly.
A brief description of the ARPA and CARES acts:
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) was a law passed by Congress in March of 2020 to provide economic relief for individuals, businesses, and state, local, and tribal governments in response to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The CARES act included money for health care providers, expanded unemployment benefits, forgivable loans for small businesses, and direct payments to individuals and households.
The Advanced Research Projects Agency—Energy (ARPA–E) was established within the United States Department of Energy in 2009. ARPA–E invests in high–impact, transformational energy technologies that are too early for private–sector investments and beyond the traditional mission of basic research. ARPA–E‘s projects have supported some of the most innovative energy technologies, ranging from advanced vehicle technologies to renewable energy to energy storage and transmission, making the U.S. more energy secure and economically competitive.