State and Local Tax
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RSM’s dedicated state and local tax (SALT) professionals collaborate across specialties and regions to provide you with a local touch, backed by the support of a national firm. Our approach starts with understanding your business – your operations, challenges and plans for the future – then developing a holistic SALT planning and compliance program to help you meet your goals and control your expenses. Our specialty practices are:
- Sales and Use Tax
- Income and Franchise Tax
- Multistate Credits and Incentives
- Property Tax
- Payroll and Employment Tax
- Unclaimed Property
In addition to services provided by these practice groups, we also offer general SALT services, such as state tax analysis and resolution (nexus) and SALT controversy.
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CONSUMER PRODUCTS INSIGHTS
Delaware proposes major unclaimed property reform incorporating provisions from the RUUPA and addressing current challenges.
By preparing for a sale through sell side tax due diligence, a seller can fix issues before they are identified by a potential buyer.
Oil and gas prices appear to be stabilizing, which may allow for growth; power and utility will continue with cleaner-burning resources.
What are some of the key tax considerations affecting consumer products companies this year and next? Learn more.
CCA departs from prior guidance in its advice on the correct legal standard applicable to credit qualification of internal use software.
Comptroller’s general information webpage provides important reminders and changes to 2016 tax year forms for the 2017 tax filing season.
Software sold with both customized and canned components was determined to be completely exempt from the sales and use tax.
Decision clears the path for 1.5 cents-per-ounce tax on the distribution of sweetened beverages effective Jan. 1, 2017.
Modifies various realty transfer tax provisions in order to close perceived loopholes regarding real estate holding company transactions.
New legislation enacted regarding certain arrangements for paying employee health insurance premiums and medical expenses.
Kimberly-Clark becomes the second MTC repeal challenge denied review by high court following Gillette in October.
DMA’s Colorado sales and use tax notice and information reporting saga continues as high court declines a substantive review of the law.
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