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Kansas Audit, Tax and Consulting
Making our mark in Kansas
With more than 165 employees in our Kansas City office, we provide business and consulting services, and offer industry and business-specific advice and planning strategies.
Our client service
Our Kansas City office serves midsized businesses in a variety of industries and niches, including entrepreneurs and owner-managed businesses; manufacturing, wholesale and distribution companies; commercial and industrial enterprises; insurance firms; publicly and privately held businesses; government and nonprofit entities; financial institutions; and personal wealth management for high net-worth individuals.
If you ask our clients why they work with us, they would cite our collaborative approach, willingness to listen and our practical approach to providing solutions that fit middle market companies.
Our charitable efforts
We believe in giving back to the community in which we live and work. Each month, our office holds its Kansas City Casual for a Cause, where employees are able to wear jeans to work once a month by donating to a fund that supports community organizations. RSM also supports charitable organizations through sponsorships, memberships with nonprofit organizations and participating in RSM’s annual Volunteer Day.
For information about the employment opportunities currently available in Kansas, please visit the Careers section of our site.
A summary of important updates for determining deferred tax provision under ASC 740 for the quarter ending June 30, 2021.
Tax bill requires remote sellers with over $100,000 in sales in the state to collect and remit sales taxes beginning July 1, 2021.
The state has indicated that it will enforce economic sales tax nexus on Oct. 1, 2019, without a minimum sales or transaction threshold.
Legislation would have addressed various tax reform provisions, conformity, and remote seller sales tax nexus.
Revenue raisers will impact individuals and pass-through entities; many are retroactive to the beginning of 2017.
Tax reform legislation aimed to address cascading revenue shortfalls fails to survive governor’s veto, despite efforts to override.
Kansas DOR issues guidance allowing Kansas resident individuals to claim a credit against state income tax for local income and earnings taxes paid.
Kansas enacts legislation intended to close budget gap with various tax increases and the establishment of a tax amnesty program.