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A Nevada CPA, or Certified Public Accountant, can help with a variety of important business tasks including business reporting, statement preparation, taxation and business consulting services. In a nutshell, your CPA basically helps you calculate and report critical financial information that helps you track the financial health of your business and make resource allocation decisions. Whether you are a small business, large corporation or individual, an accountant can provide answers to all of your financial and reporting questions and ensure you are complying with local, state and federal requirements.
Notes on Nevada Tax & Accounting Rules/Laws:
• Business setup requirements including initial taxes, fees and licensing costs will vary in Nevada depending on how you choose to structure your business, and your setup decision will also affect your tax reporting and tax liabilities. Make sure your business setup decision is a fully-informed one by consulting a Nevada accounting professional to discuss your options.
• Nevada requires most businesses to obtain a general business license to do business in the state, at a cost of $200 per year.
• Nevada applies sales and use tax obligations on both sellers and purchasers doing business in the state. They may be required to supply tax exemption certificates to prove a specific tax exemption should apply. Also, property that is purchased elsewhere and brought into Nevada on which a sales or use tax was paid where the property was purchased is not exempt from the Nevada use tax.
• All gross receipts are presumed to be taxable in Nevada until otherwise established, and the burden of proving a personal property sale is not a retail sale rests with the seller, unless the seller takes from the purchaser a resale certificate.
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