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Four Steps to Recover Sales Tax Overpayments with a Reverse Tax Audit

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Sales and use tax rates and regulations change often, and the rules vary widely from state to state. As a result, many businesses find themselves “over-complying” with sales tax rules and neglecting potential savings. For taxes that have already been paid (and that are still within the statute of limitations), you can submit a claim for refund — through a process that is often referred to as a “reverse audit.” In this video, we explore how collaborating with our State and Local Tax team can help you perform a reverse audit to improve your bottom line.

To read more about Reverse Sales Tax Audits read our article here.

To get started working with the MGO State and Local Tax team, click the link HERE.

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