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State and local governments are ramping up efforts to generate additional sales and use tax revenue. The uptick in tax compliance and enforcement efforts have resulted in more audits for businesses. Often, sales and use tax does not become a concern until a company receives a large, unexpected assessment. At this stage, the company is in a much weaker position to successfully negotiate a favorable settlement. It is imperative to formulate a strategy that puts your company in control of the audit outcome.

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Georgia Issues Letter Ruling on the Taxability of Warranties, Repairs, and Parts

Posted by Michael Radvansky - July 26, 2016 - Newsletter

A letter ruling clarifies the Georgia Department of Revenue’s position on the taxability of warranty sales, deductibles, and use of repair parts in warranty work. The taxability of repair parts and deductibles are contingent on tax having been paid on the original warranty Manufacturer’s Warranties, which are typically included in the sales price of tangible […]

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Cobb in Focus Magazine “Leaders of Cobb County”

Posted by Michael Radvansky - June 2, 2016 - Newsletter

Michael Radvansky, founder of Michael James Sales Tax Solutions, is featured as one of Cobb In Focus magazine’s “Leaders of Cobb County.” Click on the link below to read more about Mr. Radvansky. Cobb in Focus June/May 2016 Issue – Mike Radvansky  

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New Interest Rates for Georgia Taxpayers

Posted by Michael Radvansky - May 23, 2016 - Newsletter

A bill recently passed by the Georgia Legislature (H.B. 960), would adjust tax overpayment and underpayment interest charges for all taxpayers from 12% annually to an annual rate equal to a bank prime loan rate plus 3 percent, to accrue monthly. The annual interest rate will be recalculated for each calendar year. H.B. 960 was […]

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Proposed Regulatory Amendment For Georgia Direct Pay Holders

Posted by Michael Radvansky - May 20, 2016 - Newsletter

The passage of H.B. 960 into law has not yet affected the Georgia Department of Revenue’s current proposed amendment to Georgia’s direct pay rules (Rule 560-12-1-.16 Direct Pay Reporting). Beginning January 1st, 2017, taxpayers who have a direct pay permit already on file would have to re-apply for a new permit. The new permit would […]

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