State and Local Tax
Thousands of jurisdictions, one place for answers
McGladrey’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.
Retail and remote sales companies should understand how states collect millions in unpaid sales tax from internet sales and other remote purchases.
Connecticut classifies use tax noncompliance as a felony, creating potential for serious repercussions for taxpayers and tax preparers alike.
What are the benefits and process expectations companies should consider when determining whether to enroll in the Delaware unclaimed property VDA?
Growth in remote purchasing has states seeking ways to collect the sales tax funds they are due, holding both retailers and consumers responsible.
New Jersey announced a two-month VDA period for programs related to intangible asset nexus and partnership tax, beginning March 15, 2014.
Maryland’s complex rules for net operating losses subject taxpayers to a high risk of error. Is an overhaul of the system in order?
The vast array of state and local incentives available to attract and retain businesses is an important tool in a portfolio company’s growth strategy.
Middle market business owners who assume these deals are only for corporate giants are wrong – and they are costing themselves money.
How can remote sellers prepare for the strategic decisions around sales and use tax that may come with the passing of the Marketplace Fairness Act?
McGladrey's Craig Ridenour and Brian Kirkell discuss how the narrow application of constitutional limitations has resulted in more frequent use of alternative apportionment by both taxpayers and tax administrators.
On Jan. 8, 2013, the Tennessee Department of Revenue (DOR) published Revenue Ruling 12-27
Property tax is an area where businesses frequently have more control than may be believed. Analyzing ratio conclusions generated from mass appraisal techniques can save property tax dollars at the next reassessment.
Real estate and business personal property taxes, together, are one of the largest generators of state and local tax revenue. Because they are not tied to a company's profitability, these taxes are unavoidable.
See more State and Local Tax Insights
How can we help you?
Contact us by phone 800.274.3978 or
submit your questions, comments, or proposal requests.