If you have business in Texas, you are typically required to file a Texas Franchise Tax Report (TFTR).
Our team can provide TFTR preparation and planning. If you are struggling with Texas Franchise Tax related problems, please call us for a consultation!
Unless living in Alaska, Montana, Oregon, New Hampshire and Delaware, you pay sales tax almost every day.
However, reporting sales taxes is not as easy as swiping your credit card at the grocery checkout. For example, in Texas, services such as real property services, insurance services, and data processing services are also subjected to sales tax.
Reporting sales and use tax in a timely and accurate manner can bring you additional tax discounts and protect you from state sale tax audits.