NHM Aviation Receives a Tax Exemption on Their New Company Aircraft
“I talked to a lot of people in the airplane industry and they all told me that if I wanted the right advice and guidance I would use AERO&MARINE.”
Sacramento, CA: AERO&MARINE Tax Professionals, (http://aeromarinetaxpros.com/), an aircraft tax specialist firm, recently assisted a company in supporting a claim for a use tax exemption on the purchase of a Beechcraft King Air B200, saving them approximately $126,000.00 in aircraft tax.
Mr. Heideggar, the owner of the aircraft, stated: “I am a pilot and I bought the plane as a tool to use for my business. I am an entrepreneur involved in several different companies, and I own real estate properties. I needed the airplane in order to go to places quickly, even remote places to look at my real estate. I could not use commercial airlines due to time constraints. Sometimes to fly to locations you have to take an airline, rent a car, and drive for 4 hours. With my airplane I can land in smaller airports right next to my destination. I talked to a lot of people in the airplane industry and they all told me that if I wanted the right advice and guidance I would use AERO&MARINE. I called your office, found out what you were doing, and was very happy with your professionalism. You did not promise anything you could not deliver. I would absolutely recommend you without a doubt.
Tom Alston, founder and CEO of AERO&MARINE Tax Professionals stated: “We were pleased to assist with the outcome for this client. This case went very well, and we look forward to working with them in the future when they purchase another aircraft.”
AERO&MARINE Tax Professionals shows purchasers how to avoid aircraft tax and vessel tax in California and to make certain the full value of their next aircraft, vehicle, or vessel goes into their pocket—not the government’s. They have successfully filed hundreds of tax returns with the California State Board of Equalization. Mr. Alston has also published many articles on sales and use tax. His blog can be seen at http://www.aeromarinetaxpros.com/aero/articles.