Corporate Profits Down, Prompting Aircraft Purchasers to Avoid Sales Tax
S&P 500 Q2 Drop Prompts Aircraft Purchasers to Turn to Firm Helping Them to Avoid Sales Tax
SACRAMENTO, CA: Second quarter S&P 500 profits are expected to fall at a rate of 10.2% down from last year. This is causing more corporate executives who need to purchase aircraft to turn to firms that help them avoid paying sales tax on the purchase.
Aero & Marine Tax Professionals are the pre-eminent experts in helping purchasers of aircraft and vessels to avoid paying sales tax in California and Arizona. Avoiding this tax can often result in savings of $30,000 or more. The firm is finding that as the economy worsens based largely on rising fuel costs, that their services are in even more demand.
Thomas Alston, President of Aero & Marine Tax Professionals (http://www.aeromarinetaxpros.com) stated, “As economic news worsens, with news of 10% lower corporate profits than last year, we find that there is even greater demand for our services of helping aircraft purchasers to avoid paying sales tax. There are a number of important considerations, from when and where you take possession, to how and when your tax return is filed. If we get involved early enough in the process and the aircraft purchaser follows our instructions to the letter, we even guarantee that the client will not pay sales tax and will get an exemption from the California Board of Equalization. And with his tax savings, the client can buy some airplane fuel.”
Thomas Alston is the President of Aero & Marine Tax Professionals, the preeminent experts in California and Arizona sales tax involving airplanes, vehicles or vessels. The company shows purchasers how to avoid sales tax and to make certain the full value of their aircraft, vehicle or vessel goes into their pocket–not the Government’s. He has successfully filed hundreds of tax returns with the California State Board of Equalization. Mr. Alston is California’s premier specialist in legitimate tax avoidance on aircraft, vessels and vehicles, having published many articles on sales and use tax.