Sales and use tax laws are vague, ambiguous and complicated. Navigating them and ensuring that you are not overpaying is almost impossible.
At FMCC we do nothing but state and use taxes we know how to classify your payments correctly, know where to push in the gray areas, and know how to file for refunds.
We are respected by the state and our clients: We win 88% of our reclassifications because the state knows what we are talking about.
Working with us is easy:
You give us access to your documents and we see how much money we can recover for you. We never charge anything until we have recovered money from the state or vendor, and then we just take a commission.
We guarantee that we don’t make money unless you are better off, either more cash in your account or less money owed.
Even better, process requires very little effort from you: you just point us in the direction of your documents and our team goes to work.
Based on your documents and what you have submitted we come up with a plan for how we can recover money that you overpaid to the state. Once you approve that plan.
We manage the entire process, all submissions, all hearings, all interactions.
Only once the state has issued a refund do we receive our commission.
We finalize our engagement by providing you with a report and a seminar to teach you how to avoid overpayments in the future. We also make ourselves available to answer any questions on an ongoing basis at no cost.
Use tax returns with detail for tax payments for the last 3 years.
Accounts Payable Review: all purchases for a test period (last year, this year to date) to identify vendors or situations of overpayment. Once we identify these then we will want all records relating to these vendors or situations.
Fixed asset / capital improvement invoices.
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Our team arrives and copies relevant documents
Our team analyzes the documents
We submit schedules, refunds petitions to the client for approval
We submit all documentation, attend hearings, manage process
You receive a check from the state
We conduct a seminar, provide a report to help you avoid overpayments in the future.