Are You Happy with Your SALT Consultant?
Are you happy with your state and local tax (SALT) consultant?
Do you like the firm? What would you change if you could?
Do they provide timely and responsive service?
Do they deliver what you need and what they promise?
Do you like being served by a Big 4 firm, mid-sized firm or small firm?
Does your SALT consultant act like a "sales person" or a "trusted advisor"?Are they technically savvy, but not good at building a strong relationship with you (or vice versa)?
Whether your company is a small business, middle market business or Fortune 500 business, I am interested in learning if you are getting what you need from your external SALT consultant and/or firm.
Please leave a comment on this post. Don't be afraid.
My name is Brian Strahle and I hope you find this blog informative and useful. My personal mission is to fix and prevent state tax problems. I provide companies with leverage (knowledge, judgment and advocacy) so they can operate across state lines with peace of mind.
I am a multistate tax consultant and I serve clients across the U.S. from my office in Washington D.C. For more info, visit my website: www.leveragestateandlocaltax.com
Because state and local taxes are deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.