Get a taste of tax law and legislative changes on the table.
FINALLY! Congress confirms and makes permanent the moratoriam on state and local internet access tax. Dave Erb, who heads up BerryDunn's Tax Group says "The moratorium has been in effect for a long time on a temporary basis so this is welcome news. Our clients can plan and manage their business tax strategies more effectively knowing the moratorium is permanent."
Know your tax saving opportunities
BerryDunn SALT advisors help you gain control in a shifting landscape of SALT regulations, including laws currently under debate and open to interpretation. We stay ahead of the curve on SALT rulings and changes, and help our clients address or avoid exposure. As the largest firm in northern New England—with clients sprinkled across the United States—we possess the experience and insight to advise our clients who do business across state borders.
More focus on state and local revenue
Budget shortfalls have made states more aggressive in extracting revenue from any source they can find, using taxes as one way to increase revenue. Couple this with rapidly shifting tax laws and regulations—especially in regard to transaction taxes such as sales and use tax—and your business may be facing more state and local tax liabilities than ever before. BerryDunn can help you:
- Stay up to date on regulatory changes in all the states important to you
- Understand the impact of new laws on your business
- Improve the efficiency of your audit
- Mitigate prior-year exposure and avoid future exposure
- Optimize tax savings
Sharing our SALT Knowledge
At conferences, with webinars, or with our own focused programming, we delve deep into issues relevant to companies. We serve up new ways to help you address multi-state tax issues, and help you find tax savings in spite of the complexity.
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