One thing we have learned over the years is that no two situations are the same. But, if you're new to the world of sales tax, chances are you just have a few questions. This is where we can really help you!
There are so many other valuable things you could be doing with your time than trying to find the right sales tax answers for your specific situation.
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When it comes to state and local tax issues, we’ve seen them all. Since 1992, Peisner Johnson has collaborated with other CPA, accounting, and business advisory firms to consult with hundreds of businesses in various industries on state and local tax matters. Based on our many years of experience, we can usually provide the answers you need in a single, cost-effective consultation.
Of course, we do more than one-time consultations. We also provide many services for our clients, which include: state tax registration, state tax filing, audit defense, refund reviews, and much more.
We know you have a lot of questions when it comes to sales tax. If you have any questions, they might have already been answered on our Frequently Asked Questions page! If you still have a question that we haven’t answered there, go to the bottom of the Frequently Asked Questions page and ask your question in the comment section. Someone will be sure to answer it as soon as possible.
Sellers Based Outside the US:
What states should I get registered in?
If I need to start collecting tax, what date should I start?
Do I really have to get registered for sales tax?
Will I get audited?
How do I deal with sales I made in the prior years?
What exactly will be the process for me if I decide to get registered?
Do Amazon or Ebay or other online sales sites actually collect the tax for me? How does that process work?
Do I need a US FEIN (EIN)?
Do I need a US bank account?
Will I have to pay US income taxes?
Why do I have to file returns with the IRS if I am taking advantage of a tax treaty?
What is a tax treaty?
How do I tell if my country has a tax treaty with the US?