Sales & Use Tax
If You Do Business in Multiple States, You May Be Overpaying Your Taxes
With the complexity of state and local sales and use taxes, companies often pay more than they should, especially when doing business in more than one state.
In fact, state auditors can be inconsistent in their determination of what is taxable and what is non-taxable. State auditors usually ignore purchases that were taxed and instead focus only on those items that were bought as tax exempt.
That's why you need Enguard's experienced consultants on your side for determining your utility sales tax in Indiana and states across the U.S.