Finding a Minnesota accountant or CPA with the skills and expertise to help with your individual issues doesn’t have to be a difficult and confusing process. CPAfinder.com is the most complete collection available of up-to-date information on licensed, experienced accounting professionals from all across Minnesota. Information on the education, experience, certifications, areas of specialization and other credentials of Minnesota CPAs and accountants is included in the directory at CPAfinder.com, along with full contact information for their offices. Plus, the CPAfinder.com directory is available online 24/7 so you can find the help you need at your convenience. Whether you need help with federal, state or local concerns, you will find the right Minnesota professional quickly and efficiently by checking CPAfinder.com first.
The Minnesota accountants and CPAs on CPAfinder.com can help with all of your personal and business accounting needs, including everything from complex incorporation issues and reporting requirements to filing personal tax returns and helping with QuickBooks. They can also help you assess the financial status of your business, track income and expenses, plan for future growth and unforeseen emergencies, manage credit and debt, and maximize any available tax deductions. Payroll assistance, tax planning and preparation advice, and recordkeeping recommendations are also available. Minnesota CPAs and accountants are also the go-to source for new business startups to determine the best business entity in terms of operations and liabilities. Whatever your needs may be, a Minnesota accounting professional on CPAfinder.com can definitely help.
Notes on Minnesota Tax & Accounting Rules:
• Initial business startup fees and filing requirements in Minnesota are different depending on whether the business is a corporation, partnership, limited liability corporation or sole proprietorship, and what type of business the company is engaged in. Minnesota requires some types of businesses to be licensed and pay a licensing fee. You may wish to consult a Minnesota accounting professional to ensure you are complying with all regulations.
• Corporations organized outside of Minnesota are required to register and pay a registration fee annually, while Minnesota corporations are not subject to the registration fee.
• Minnesota does assess a corporate income tax, sometimes referred to in Minnesota as the franchise tax. The Minnesota corporate income tax also includes another tax based on the sum of payroll, property, and sales/receipts, which is levied in addition to the franchise tax.
• Both sales and use taxes apply in Minnesota at the state level, and the leasing of personal property is treated as a sale for the purpose of assessing sales tax, so property leases are subject to the sales and use tax.
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