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TaxConnex waives implementation fees throughout the rest of 2011.

As you plan your 2012 vendor selections, you should consider TaxConnex as your sales and use tax outsourcing provider.  Now, we make the transition to TaxConnex easier than ever by waiving the transition implementation fees.

Now is the time that...

Tennessee woman arrested for sales tax evasion.

Every so often, someone will say "Jeff, if I don't remit the sales tax, what's the worst that can happen? I'll just pay the penalty".  

The fact is that a penalty is not the worst that can happen.  Sales tax evasion is a felony that can lead to...

Who's Minding the Sales Tax Shop?

Small and medium sized businesses are forced to be thoughtful and frugal about staffing as they work to make a buck in this economy.  So...not many of them are clamoring to staff a sales and use tax group to ensure they pay everything they possibly...

TaxConnex Launches TaxConnex Emergency Response(SM)

Atlanta, GA

(PRWEB) April 07, 2011

TaxConnex, America’s leading independent sales and use tax compliance and consulting firm, announces the launch of TaxConnex Emergency Response(SM). TaxConnex Emergency Response(SM) provides immediate...

Washington Sales Tax Amnesty - A Carrot This Time

The state of Washington has been active so far this year with regards to transaction taxes.  You may have seen in a previous blog post Washington’s ruling regarding nexus for an out of state manufacturer.  I guess they thought they could move away...

Sales Tax Nexus Tested Again

Lamtec Corporation vs. Department of Revenue, State of Washington.  In a recent ruling by the Washington State Supreme Court, a lower court's ruling was upheld that found a manufacturer's activities in the State created substantial enough nexus to...

Thoughts on a National Sales Tax

Lately, I’ve seen a lot of chatter about a national sales tax and how it’s the answer to the country’s financial crises.  I’m not so sure this is the panacea we’re all looking for but the idea of tax reform in itself is always interesting.  Here...

Best Practices in Managing Sales Tax Audits

Over the years, my partners and I have worked with hundreds of companies in assisting them in some way with a sales tax audit.  During that time, we have recognized a number of strategies that lead toward positive audit results.  Here are a couple:

What's the Best Way to Resolve Sales Tax Risk?

 

 

 

 

 

Sometimes the best way to resolve sales tax risk is one small bite at a time.

I'm often brought in to help identify sales tax risk areas for a business and recommend the appropriate steps to minimize that risk.  For a myriad of reasons...

Sales Tax Outsourcing Perspectives - Sales Tax Notices

Over the years, I've had numerous conversations with tax and accounting professionals that recount that call or visit from their CFO, President, or other senior executive from their firm with questions regarding a lien, or a store being shut down...