State and local tax

In SALT regulation, the only consistency is inconsistency and the penalties for noncompliance can be steep.

Ann Holley

Ann Holley

Partner, State & Local Tax, KPMG US

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Keep pace with constant change

Individual state and local governments still face challenges that encourage them to seek new revenue streams. As a result, they are increasingly aggressive in enforcing compliance and assessing penalties for not complying with state and local tax regulations. 

Yet, state tax regulations are inconsistent and judicial decisions in a constant state of change. So, how can you keep up? 

KPMG can keep you up to speed

KPMG’s experienced State and Local Tax (SALT) professionals help companies navigate this ever-changing landscape to help ensure that our clients are paying the right amount in state taxes. This results in careful, proactive tax planning and compliance for our clients.

Our team of more than 800 professionals work across functions and across state lines to provide you with the tax guidance you need. These include areas such as:

  • Income and franchise tax
  • Indirect tax
  • Unclaimed property
  • Credits and incentives   

Our team has experience across various industries including telecommunications, alternative investments, emerging technologies and cloud computing.


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