Maintaining state and local taxes imposed by the multiple states and jurisdictions in which your business has customers or operations can be a frustrating, time-consuming process—with costly consequences if not addressed properly.
Staying up-to-date on income, indirect, and property taxes—while pursuing available credits and incentives—can help your business stay competitive and even improve cash flow, providing money to directly reinvest in your future.
Confidently meet your state and local tax needs and uncover savings opportunities you might otherwise overlook with guidance from our professionals.
State and local tax concerns can be especially important for businesses:
Explore the ways we help businesses navigate their tax needs below.
Determine the income tax amount your business will owe while identifying potential savings with comprehensive tax-planning strategies, tax compliance services, and filing methodology reviews.
Learn more on our Income Tax page.
Claim available exemptions and tax incentives by maintaining a proactive approach to your sales tax and other indirect taxes—providing more cash to put back into the business.
Learn more with our Indirect Tax Services.
Reduce your real and personal property tax assessments through exemptions, abatements, and other tax-mitigation opportunities—potentially delivering a substantial impact on your bottom line.
Learn more with our Property Tax Services.
Tap into the many tax incentives that reward companies for innovative research and development, continuing operations in certain jurisdictions, moving the business to new jurisdictions, and more.
Learn more with our Credits & Incentives Services.
Spot your company’s tax risks and exposures before they become a problem by effectively managing your federal and state audits, controversies, and other procedural matters.
Confidently address audits or other requests form tax agencies with our Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution or Voluntary Disclosure Agreements Services.
Navigate state-specific tax requirements such as Oregon’s Corporate Activity Tax and more.
Your tax team brings extensive experience serving clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, delivering valuable insight from their previous roles as former state tax auditors, policymakers, and more.
Our collaborative approach takes the time to understand your unique business needs and contextualize how they could be impacted by the complexities of your industry or jurisdictions.
Our clients aren’t the only industry leaders who look to us for guidance. We frequently collaborate with influential industry organizations such as CPA state societies, state bar associations, Tax Executive Institute (TEI), Committee on State Taxation (COST), Institute for Professionals in Taxation (IPT), and Praxity—the world’s largest alliance of independent accounting firms.
Avoid the financial repercussions state and local taxes can have on your success by strategically addressing obligations.
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