Home

Quick Links

Legal & Sitemap

navigation
Home > Services > Tax > Corporate Tax Outsourcing > State and Local Tax

State and Local Tax (SALT)

Our Approach

If one thing is certain, it’s that income tax laws are not created equal, and that’s especially true across state, county and even city lines. Today, most companies pay taxes to multiple states, whose rules are constantly changing. Our tax experts are current with—and thoroughly versed in—state and local tax (SALT) laws across the U.S. Our expertise, combined with our knowledge of both your operations and your industry, enables us to provide up-to-the-minute state tax and local tax strategies that meet your specific needs.

Services

Whether you or your company needs help determining which state or local jurisdictions you're required to pay or file income taxes with, we can help. Our state and local tax services include:

Income and Franchise Tax Compliance: We help you and/or your business uncover tax-saving strategies to ensure you're in compliance with local and state income tax requirements. We also specialize in helping franchisees and franchisors remain SALT compliant.

Property Tax: Whether you need to better understand property tax policies and procedures or require personal property tax appeal, negotiation and value reduction, our experts are here to help you reduce your tax burden and plan accordingly.

Sales and Use Tax: Our sales and use tax specialists know the complexities associated with multistate sales and use tax compliance.

Tax Incentives and Credits: Our state and local tax experts are experienced in helping you and your business uncover non-income state tax incentives (e.g., enterprise zone credits, interest rate financing, sales tax credits or exemptions, etc.)

Unclaimed Property Tax: We know that unclaimed property is an increasingly important area of concern for many businesses. To avoid substantial penalties or interest, we help you minimize your liability.

Experts

Resources

Yellow Calendar Thumbnail
This summary of when various tax-related forms, payments and other actions are due will help you make sure you don’t miss any important 2017 tax deadlines.
Clock on Beach Sand Feature

Now is the time for affected employers to begin assembling the necessary ACA information. This article details what information is required to complete Forms 1094 ...

SCOTUS same-sex marriage decision has tax implications for couples and their employer ...

On June 26, the Supreme Court issued a landmark 5-4 decision on same-sex marriage, which will affect tax and estate planning for many couples and also impact their employers.

Highway Funding Law Brings Important Tax Law Changes

The Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Choice Improvement Act of 2015 was signed into law on July 31; the 34th stopgap extension of transportation programs since 2009.

New Trade Law Hikes Penalties for Tax Reporting Errors

The Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015 (TPEA) increases by as much as 150% the potential penalties for taxpayers that err in their ACA information reporting to the IRS or payees.

Judicial Hammer American Flag Feature

On June 25, the Supreme Court upheld the ACA’s premium tax credits for qualifying taxpayers, whether they purchase coverage through a federal or a state exc ...

Conference Table Presentation Review Feature

The IRS recently released guidance on two major areas affecting businesses—the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) and the tangible property regulations, and ...

Hand Fanning Money Feature

The recently released ACA transition relief period for small employers (those with fewer than 50 full-time equivalent employees) includes 2014 and the first six m ...

Stethoscope Laying on Bar Graphs Thumbnail

Employers with medical reimbursement plans need to review them to ensure they don’t accumulate heavy tax penalties from noncompliance with Affordable Care A ...

Victorian Painted Ladies Thumbnail

California’s new filing requirement for like-kind property exchanges made under IRC Section 1031 covers like-kind exchanges that occur in tax years beginnin ...

Businesses, Individuals Benefit from Latest Tax Relief Extender Law

On Dec. 16, the Senate passed the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 (TIPA), a stopgap measure that retroactively extends certain tax relief provisions through Dec. 31, 2014.

San Francisco Business Tax and Fee Changes Start in 2014

San Francisco voters approved complex and sweeping changes to the city’s business tax and annual business registration fees, via Proposition E.

2014 Tax Calendar

To help you make sure you don’t miss any important 2014 deadlines, we’ve provided this summary of when various tax-related forms, payments and other actions are due for individuals, employers, businesses and others.

Traffic Sign Up Arrow Taxes Thumbnail

Similar to the taxation of downloaded software 15 years ago, states are adapting or altering their taxing regimes to keep up with the evo ...

Top 5 Things Your Tax Advisor Should Have Done

Checklist: Top 5 things your tax advisor should have done to lower your tax bill.

Distressed S Corporations: Tax Issues Involved in Restructuring

The recent economic downturn, coupled with the tightening of the credit market, is affecting all types of businesses, including S corporations. This article highlights tax issues and planning opportunities that m ...