Ensuring You’re Compliant—Wherever You File Sales Tax

Is your product or service offering subject to sales tax?
Do you need to remit use tax? 
Are you required to collect sales tax for a state in which you are not incorporated?  
Should you register to remit income tax in another state?

Sales tax is a complicated matter—state rules vary from state to state and some actions that comply with laws of one state may violate the laws of another. Whether you are expanding into a new location or offering new products or services, there may be sales and use tax implications. Thomas, Thomas and Thomas work with you to answer all of your state and local tax questions.

Common sales and use tax concern include the correct manner in which to handle the state sales/use tax ramifications of (1) material transactions, (2) new or expanded product and service offerings, (3) entering new states, and (4) areas of historical noncompliance.

We can help answer your sales and use tax questions. Contact us today.

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