Audited for Sales and Use Taxes? Call an Experienced State Sales Tax Attorney

Michigan taxes retail products, rentals and some services at 6 percent, in all communities throughout the state. Presently, there are no communities that add a special tax on top of the existing 6 percent state sales tax. In addition, products that are not taxed at the time of purchase may be subject to a 'use' tax of 6 percent if consumed, used or stored in the state. Reporting of sales and use taxes collected must be submitted to the Michigan IRS prior to the 20th day of the month following the purchase of the product or service.

The Michigan Department of Treasury is vigilant about collecting sales and use tax money paid to retailers, product manufacturers and service providers. Failure to report or deposit the taxes on time can result in heavy penalties. Likewise, consumers who fail to report and pay sales and use taxes owed face serious consequences.

The Law Offices of Angelique M. Neal, PLC, in Brighton, is one of Michigan's premier state tax law firms. If you have questions about Michigan sales and use tax, or are involved in an investigation concerning payment or reporting of taxes, contact the firm right away. Attorney Angelique M. Neal is a former IRS tax attorney and Special Assistant United States Attorney who has more than 15 years of experience exclusively practicing in the area of state and federal tax law. She will aggressively protect your rights while using effective strategies to help you resolve your tax matter in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible.

Angelique M. Neal Will Answer All of Your Questions About State and Local Taxes

From offices in Brighton, Michigan, tax lawyer Angelique M. Neal represents clients throughout the state, the Midwest and the United States. Wherever you are, call toll free 888-351-8395 or contact the firm by e-mail to arrange a consultation with an experienced Michigan sales and use tax attorney.