Sales Tax Solutions’ Pay for Performance Agreement

Our clients love our compensation agreement. Why so popular? It’s easy to understand. It is risk free and 100% confidential. Here’s how it works: You allow us access to a select amount of records currently in your office, show us where to work, and give us a few hours. Taking 20-30 minutes of your time. We will be able to advise you on whether opportunities exist or if your company is in compliance and you have done a great job. If no opportunities exist, we simply congratulate you on your efforts and thank you for the hospitality. If opportunities do exist, we will perform a complete de...
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Big Money in Small Print

The amount we save varies by company, of course, but it’s usually significant, often reaching into the six figures. Our typical contingency fee engagement keeps us in business doing what we love (leveling the playing field between taxpayers and the state revenue authorities), while our clients enjoy a handsome return for their minimal investment of time. Above is a segment of one state’s tax code for “civilians,” the legalese is much worse. It’s simply not realistic to expect ordinary accounting firms to stay abreast of it.
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Mining the Fine Print of the Tax Code

The fact is, most states’ sales tax codes are ambiguously written for good reasons, the codes create a lack of certainty on the tax-ability of an item. A legislative body decides it needs revenue and drafts a bill to that effect, however, sometimes legislature creates incentives for companies to move into their state; to create more jobs, which creates more spending. Those incentives are where STS comes into the playing field, and where the opportunities exist. The opportunity to recover sales and use taxes that your company has already paid passes as every statute of limitations expires. Let...
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Oh, oh, and oh…

When we bring up the subject of Sales and Use Taxes to prospective clients, the top three responses we get are: “Oh, we don’t pay sales tax on our purchases.” “Oh, we have that handled.” “Oh, our Accounting Firm does that.” Oh, Oh, Oh. Zero, Zero, Zero. Add the Zeros up, and that's the level of savings most companies won't receive the benefits now, and in the future. Which could cost your company hundreds of thousands of dollars. It's like watching your money walk out the door, which is a misfortune. All companies are great at what they do, but may be unable to keep up with all the weekly...
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