How Working from Home Affects State Taxes in Missouri and Illinois
With many companies having a remote workforce for most of 2020, there are a lot of questions around…
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Our State and Local Tax (SALT) advisors help you navigate changes and understand applicable state and local laws. Anders helps companies stay ahead of tax compliance, tax planning adjustments and specific state and local tax requirements. We track taxation trends, policies and regulations across the U.S. and offer ways to minimize your tax burden.
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Complying with complicated state and local tax requirements can take a lot of time and effort. Our advisors can ensure you and your business are taking the proper measures for income, sales and use and personal property tax compliance.
No one wants to overpay taxes. Our state and local tax advisors stay on top of evolving regulations and can perform reverse audits to ensure that you’re paying the amount you need to be, and receive refunds on any unnecessary payments.
Navigating the complex state and local tax laws to help you stay compliant while avoiding over-payment is one of the things we do best. We work with businesses on personalized tax assessments, reviews and strategies to fit their needs, including:
Following the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision, our client needed to evaluate which states they owed sales and use tax. Our State and Local Tax Services Group performed a nexus review to look into sales in each state against state thresholds and determine liabilities in each of the states. Our team identified that the company needed to register in 30 states to avoid a large tax liability for non-compliance.
A manufacturing client discovered that they had economic nexus in multiple states following the South Dakota v. Wayfair decision. Our State and Local Tax Services Group came in and performed an exempt certificate analysis, looking at sales in each state to determine which customers were exempt and then asking for exemption certificates. After obtaining and applying the exemption certificates to customer accounts, we were able to help cut their multi-million sales and use tax liability in half.
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