Indiana Audit, Tax and Consulting
Our presence in Indiana
Our client-centric approach to audit, tax and consulting has allowed our Indiana practice and clients to thrive for well over 45 years. We keep our focus on understanding what’s important to Indiana businesses and their success. We combine our knowledge of the global business landscape with a deep understanding of the needs and aspirations of Indiana businesses and individuals to help them succeed.
Our charitable efforts
Our commitment to Indiana extends beyond serving the needs of our clients, and includes serving the needs of our community in which we live and work. Our professionals devote their time, money and efforts to many charitable causes, including local Boys and Girls Clubs, local food banks and the Special Olympics.
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Businesses expanding or increasing activity in their current state or in new states should consider the benefits of state tax credits.
Indiana’s Legislative Services Agency addresses combined reporting and transfer pricing in recently released studies.
Indiana Department of Revenue accepts taxpayer’s transfer pricing study on appeal, citing two recent tax court decisions.
Indiana issues guidance pursuant to the Wynne decision for credits against local income tax for taxes paid to out-of-state localities.
Indiana tax court finds a metal processor eligible for sales and use tax exemptions as a producer of scrap steel for sale.
Indiana enacts statutes found invalid as regulations, reinstating the previous sales tax treatment of time and materials contracts.
Maryland, Missouri and Indiana enact a new round of broadly applicable state tax amnesty programs.
Indiana enacts multiple bills with a significant impact on the state’s income tax, sales and use tax and personal property tax.
Actions taken by the Indiana Department of Revenue blur the lines when apportioning services receipts, creating potential traps and opportunities.
Tax court finds utilities consumed in rehabilitating used tanker trailers are not exempt. Sales tax is due on electricity and natural gas purchases.
To supplement the 2014 Monitor report, a number of additional reports provide an in-depth look at the industry in various states across the country.
A client asked for help evaluating an offer for Indiana tax incentives. Attention to detail yielded an increased offer and improved realization.
Proactive planning for business incentives allows one company to select a facility expansion location with strong economic upside
Indiana Office Locations
52700 Independence Court
Elkhart, IN 46514
Troy Holland, Office Managing Parnter
9225 Priority Way West Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Jon Davis, Office Managing Parnter
130 S. Main St.
South Bend, IN 46601
Jobs in Indiana
RSM’s Indianapolis executive education series offers insights and solutions into many of your most pressing tax and business challenges.
Join us for a seminar focused on the technology needs and considerations for the transportation and leisure equipment industry.