Mary Thomas, CPA-Attorney

Recent Posts

UPDATE! The Comptroller's Office is still OPEN... and they are HELPING!  (The Comptroller is FULLY Operational...This data is HISTORICAL)

Here's some news you can use! 

The following information is broken down by taxpayer situation in Texas.  Refer to the state taxing authority in all governing states.  States have different policies.

UPDATE: Until further notice, if your audit package is dated March 26, 2020 or later, the Comptroller's office is tolling the period to request a hearing if you don't agree with your audit result.  They will send notification when they reestablish the 60-day deadline to request a hearing and once we receive this notice, we will again update this post.  Be sure you are subscribed to our blog so you receive notification when this change has been made.

The Comptroller's Office is OPEN... but they are trying to HELP!

Here's some news you can use! 

The following information is broken down by taxpayer situation in Texas.  Refer to the state taxing authority in all governing states.  States have different policies.

Kudos!  Your Business is Growing... Avoid these TRAPS!

Congratulations! I LOVE to hear that anyone’s hard work is translating into more money.  After getting off the initial happiness high of hearing this, I go into protection mode.  What’s protection mode?  If we have ever met, you know that I guard any progress like a hawk!  I want you to keep, grow, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. 

You got an audit notice...No worries!...The Top Four Things to Do

Nothing can kill a sugar or caffeine buzz quicker than an audit notice, right?  Not so fast!  The worst thing you can do is panic or allow an audit notice to color your day.   You've got this!!...You do!  Take a deep breath and DO NOT PANIC!

TRICK or TREAT! ...Here's a Sales Tax Treat

I recently spoke with a client who asked the million-dollar question:  Why do I get a different answer every time I ask someone the same tax question?  It's maddening isn't it?  Here are my top three reasons this happens:

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