Tax Compliance

Filing state and local tax returns can be a complicated and burdensome process.  With constant deadlines (monthly, quarterly or annual) and changes in forms and calculations, it can be difficult for many businesses to keep up with filing timely, accurate returns.  Let our SALT team take on this process for your business, so your employees can focus on other critical tasks.

We have experience preparing and filing state and local tax returns for businesses across the U.S. and can assist your business with the following taxes:   

Income/Franchise Tax

Our Tax Services Team has considerable experience preparing and filing income/franchise tax, as well as  gross receipts tax returns for multistate businesses and individuals.   

Sales/Use Tax

Our SALT team prepares and files a considerable number of sales and use tax returns for clients in every state that imposes sales taxes. We also have experience filing returns for localities in the "home-rule" states of Alabama, Alaska, Colorado and Louisiana. 

The sales and use tax compliance process can differ for businesses depending on their industry.  Our team has experience providing compliance services for manufacturers, service providers and traditional retailers and internet retailers. 

We also have experience working with various sales tax automation service providers to prepare returns for clients with a large volume of sales transactions in multiple states.  Our team strives to utilize available technology to streamline the compliance process to prepare returns more efficiently.      

Other Taxes

Our team also has experience providing state and local tax compliance services for motor fuel, diesel motor fuel and other excise taxes in New York and other states.

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Resale & Exemption Certificates

Does your company have a policy for maintaining exempt sale documentation? When is the last time anyone has reviewed your company’s resale and exempt sale documentation?

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Amazon to Collect Sales Tax in All States

The days of tax free shopping on Amazon.com have come to an end for U.S. shoppers. The leading internet retailer started collecting sales tax in Iowa, Louisiana, Nebraska and Utah on January 1, 2017 then subsequently began collecting tax in...

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