Aylett Grant Tax LLP offers a complete suite of sales and use tax consulting services. We can offer assistance with your sales and use tax consulting regardless of the size of your business. We are keenly aware that these types of assignments are time sensitive and that undue delay can be very costly. Because of our broad expertise, we are able to provide experienced sales tax consulting to your company. We have provided services to companies doing business online and bricks and mortar retail, wholesale, contracting, manufacturing, hospitality, financial and software industries.
STATE SALES TAX CONSULTING SERVICES
Consulting services that we provide in the following areas are:
- Nexus Studies and Determinations;
- New State Registrations;
- Product and Services Taxability Studies;
- E-Commerce Advice;
- Exemption Certificate Consulting;
- Reseller’s Certificate Requirements;
- Prior Periods Review;
- Audit Defense;
- Voluntary Disclosure; and
- Amnesty Applications.
WE CAN HELP
Whatever your sales and use tax needs, our specialists at Aylett Grant Tax LLP can help you. We have considerable experience helping clients in many different industries work through the complexities of sales and use taxes. We can help create a solution tailored specifically to your needs. We want to work with you to ensure that you are understand your sales and use tax position so that your company can reduce potential risks.
Pursuant to IRS circular 230, this document is to be considered other written advice. The information in this publication is accurate as of the time of its publication. State and local taxes are constantly changing and AG Tax assumes no responsibility for changes to tax legislation subsequent to the publication of this document. Readers are urged to work with their tax advisor to ensure that any tax planning decisions are made in consideration of current tax legislation available. This document was not written to be used, and it cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding any federal, state or local tax penalties that may be imposed upon a taxpayer.