Jon Wellington PC is a full service law firm that specializes in IRS Audits, State Tax and Use Audits, Franchise Tax issues. We service both state and local tax issues. If you have tax issues please contact us for a consultation. We believe that our legal services are an investment, not an expense, and that our clients deserve to recognize a significant return on that investment. We deliver a high return on investment by tailoring our superior and timely advice to our clients; unique issues and concerns, and by pricing our services based on the monetary benefits recognized by our clients.
We focus on saving our clients money in a variety of ways – for example, by minimizing their recurring tax liabilities, audit assessments, and tax compliance responsibilities, and also by identifying opportunities for refunds, credits, and incentives. Because the value of our services can generally be quantified, we charge our clients accordingly. Our Firm is therefore the destination for clients who are looking to make their businesses more efficient and profitable.
Recent blog posts
As companies continue to search for ways to cut costs, they be missing a golden opportunity to not only cut costs, but to receive cash from state governments. I am talking about a hidden expense that is part of nearly every purchase a company makes – sales tax. In certain situations, some of which...
May 15th is the due date for Texas franchise tax reports (although reports are not due until the next business day – Monday, May 17th). The Comptroller recently hosted a webinar discussing common mistakes from last year’s filing season as well as changes for the 2010 filing season. Fo...
I recently attended a seminar on the Texas margin tax that was very enlightening. The main takeaways for taxpayers should be that audits are coming soon, thanks to a host of newly-trained auditors, and that taxpayers are missing opportunities to reduce their margin tax liability. Of course, they als...
Due to the ever-changing nature of state taxation, the Firm will try to use this blog to communicate interesting developments, comments, or useful Internet resources relating to the world of state taxation. I hope you find it useful and I encourage you to comment about anything you wish to add.