You do not need mixed messages, especially in today’s complex tax landscape. The Communications industry faces unique tax issues, specific to their varying businesses—wireline, wireless, cable, satellite, Internet, VoIP and other cloud-based offerings. Amidst constant changes and digital disruption, companies need a team of professionals who understand the industry’s fluid nature and evolving tax environment to improve processes and increase accuracy and efficiency.
KPMG has heard your call
KPMG’s State and Local Tax (SALT) Communications Industry practice has extensive experience with telecommunications and indirect tax issues, including the classification of new or emerging services, the integration of tax calculation software with billing systems to automate the application of telecommunications taxes to revenue streams, compliance processes and procedures, large data management and communications equipment exemptions.
Our practice brings real-world experience and technical knowledge to help companies:
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Our team has years of public accounting experience advising communications companies, as well as experience working as state auditors, telecommunications company tax professionals, and software developers. This experience gives us a unique understanding of the challenges communications companies face when trying to comply with the varying tax laws across the country and how those challenges change with advancements in technology. Our client-centric approach focuses on helping you to strengthen compliance and transform your tax function.
Effective July 1, 2019, Tennessee House Bill 605 modifies the state's definition of tangible personal property.