Director, Tax Strategies
State and Local Tax Group Leader
State taxes represent a significant expense to most companies but the inadvertent overpayment of sales and use taxes can compound the problem. This can happen even in the face of active planning and implementation of income tax strategies.
In many cases, companies overlook significant refund opportunities due to ever-changing tax laws and turnover within their own tax staff. And it should be no surprise that government auditors fail to disclose these same overpayments of tax during the course of their tax examination.
There’s no better time to undergo a sales and use tax checkup than now. This is especially true if you’re confronted with an expiring statute of limitations. If you delay, sales and use tax monies will remain permanently with the respective state government.
Consider the following:
Our refund analysis process: