Q3 Tax Calendar: Tax Deadlines for Businesses
Although you might want to enjoy the lazy days of summer, employers and businesses should be careful not to miss these third quarter 2021 tax deadlines.
When operating a multi-national business, one of your top concerns is likely the tax incurred in each state. There are tens of thousands of state and local tax jurisdictions nationwide, each with a unique set of rules and regulations. Many state and local governments are taking a more aggressive approach to creating and enforcing their tax regulations, often without statutes of limitation. In addition, new state tax rules and regulations are enacted each year, leaving you to wonder if you are in compliance, overpaying taxes, or making informed decisions.
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We conduct state and local tax research and provide tailored solutions to meet your needs. Our professionals stay abreast of state law changes to give you the information you need to know how to avoid future concerns. We conduct nexus studies, work with states when needed, and help you stay proactive with compliance issues as your business expands.
Our experts have considerable experience in proactively reducing SALT liabilities by navigating state tax rules and regulations to optimize savings opportunities. We are proactive in our approach, and you will find our team accessible and committed to reducing your tax burden and increasing your cash flow.
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