Are you in need of a North Dakota CPA or accounting professional? CPAfinder.com is the place to go for comprehensive information on all North Dakota CPAs and accountants so you can compare qualifications and choose the best provider to meet your needs. CPAfinder.com has complied all of the information you need on North Dakota accountants’ education, certifications and other credentials in a convenient online directory that is available to you 24/7 from anywhere with an internet connection.
The North Dakota CPA firms and accountants listed on CPAfinder.com are all highly-skilled and licensed professionals ready to assist you with your federal, state and local tax planning and preparation needs, but that’s only the beginning. They can also help you with business setup questions like which business entity is most appropriate for your business, and with bookkeeping needs, payroll, QuickBooks, credit and debt management and profit/loss analysis. Having an expert North Dakota accountant on your side will help you make the right decisions for your business or personal financial situation.
Notes on North Dakota Tax & Accounting Rules:
• Initial fees in North Dakota vary for new businesses depending on the nature of the business being conducted and how the business is set up. Different rules and fees apply for corporations, LLCs, sole proprietorships, etc., so you may want to consult a professional to be sure you have met all requirements.
• North Dakota has different requirements for corporations that organize in North Dakota versus those that organize elsewhere. North Dakota corporations are required to pay a licensing fee prior to filing articles of incorporation or articles increasing the value or number of authorized shares in the amount of $50 for the first $50,000 in authorized shares and $10 for each additional $10,000 or fraction thereof. The licensing fee for non-North Dakota corporations are calculated the same way but are proportioned according to the amount of business conducted in North Dakota.
• The North Dakota sales and use tax rate is generally 5%, but there are exceptions for certain specific transactions, and local governments are able to levy a local sales and use tax of 2%, so it’s important to verify what taxes apply to your particular situation.
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