M&A negotiations and sales tax liability
It’s a common scenario: A company has decided to sell, then due diligence turns up a $2 million...
“Manufacturing” for sales tax purposes is often defined as a physical application of materials and labor to change the characteristics of tangible personal property. Makes sense, but what does that mean really mean? Every state has nuances on how sales tax applies to the manufacturing process and the various equipment and materials that are used and consumed. TaxConnex can help you understand and put a process in place to manage your manufacturing sales (and use) tax obligations.
Understand where you have nexus and where your products/services are considered taxable.
You get us the data, we handle the rest. We manage the filing and remittance of tax, state registrations, jurisdictional correspondence and more!
We align each of our clients with a dedicated practitioner to provide ongoing support. We focus on service first.
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Hear about our results from our clients themselves in these case studies.
This software development company was using an automated system to file their sales tax, but the system itself was unable to integrate changing sales tax requirements when filing. TaxConnex provided a sales tax practitioner to keep up with the changing sales tax notices and directly file for the company where they had obligations.Read Full Case Study
A rapid increase in sales around the country required this manufacturer to outsource their sales tax filings. It ultimately decided that they needed to partner with a company like TaxConnex to address their growing sales tax needs.Read Full Case Study
“I’m completely satisfied with TaxConnex,” continued the Senior Business Controller, “I consider them a lower cost provider that does the same thing as one of the Big 4, except the other providers require you to do more work.”
Senior Business Controller