Aero & Marine Tax Professionals Helps Real Estate Company Get Tax Exemption

Real Estate Company Obtains Sales Tax Exemption on Purchase of New Cessna C206 Aircraft

SACRAMENTO, CA: Aero & Marine Tax Professionals (http://www.aeromarinetaxpros.com/), a firm in northern California specializing in helping people avoid sales tax on the purchase of aircraft, has assisted a real estate company in southern California to legally support a claim for a tax exemption on the purchase of a Cessna C206 aircraft.

An executive from the company stated “I was exploring different real estate options. There are no commercial flights into the areas I was looking into. For instance, Minden, Nevada and one in Louisiana has no scheduled flights. I thought the folks at Aero & Marine Tax Professionals did a very professional job and made it easy for me. I am the kind of guy that tries to do things myself before I go to someone else, and I don’t recommend that people do that in this case. If you had one little hiccup it would be a mess. Aero & Marine Tax Professionals saved me forty grand, and forty grand is forty grand. I have already recommended them to a friend of mine that is a commercial pilot.”

Tom Alston, founder of Aero & Marine Tax Professionals stated “The California Board of Equalization is being much more aggressive these days in terms of assessing tax. I have seen far too many instances, where we were not involved, where the whole case was lost on the minutest of details. But when you know all of the details of the process and keep updated on every change, you can have a record like ours. We’ve never lost a case.”

Aero & Marine Tax Professionals shows purchasers how to avoid sales tax, specifically 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. Their blog can be seen at http://aeromarinetaxpros.typepad.com.