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Thomas Alstons 100% Success Continues With Tax Exemption on New Plane

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AERO & MARINE TAX PROFESSIONALS assists Aircraft Leasing Company with a Tax exemption from the state of California on their Bonanza.

Sacramento, CA: THOMAS ALSTON OF AERO & MARINE TAX PROFESSIONALS, an aircraft tax specialist, recently extended his 100% success record by assisting an aircraft leasing company in supporting a claim for a use tax exemption on the purchase of a Bonanza airplane, saving them approximately $55,000.00.

On receiving the tax exemption, Lisa stated: “We first talked with Tom at a seminar before purchasing our Bonanza aircraft, and we didn’t even know this type of service existed. We really enjoyed all of the connections with other airplane services that Tom and Aero & Marine Tax Professionals are connected to.

“Working with Aero & Marine Tax Professionals was easy. The instructions were very clear. They were all very supportive in the process. The feedback for keeping us on track was simple, and when there were hiccups with the State Board of Equalization Aero & Marine was there for us, telling us what happened and not to worry about it. Afterwards the letters would come through from the board confirming that everything was fine. When we got letters from the state organization I would get nervous because I didn’t know what was happening and I didn’t know how to react to it, so that is where I trusted Aero & Marine’s experience to calm me down. I would recommend them without hesitation.”

Thomas Alston, founder and owner of Aero & Marine Tax Professionals, stated: “The case went very well, the client was very happy with the outcome. This was our third time working with this client. We build trusted partnerships with companies because they can see the professionalism we use in our work, and they know they can come to us to get a result. If they need assistance in the future we will be more than happy to work with them again.”

Aero & Marine Tax Professionals shows purchasers 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. Tom Alston has been 100% successful for clients in hundreds of tax matters with the California State Board of Equalization. Mr. Alston has published many articles on sales and use tax. His blog can be seen at http://aeromarinetaxpros.typepad.com

Video Link:

Introduction to Aero & Marine Tax Professionals
http://youtu.be/NEjYlJOqHFw

Image link:
http://aeromarinetaxpros.typepad.com/Alston090009-cropped.jpg

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Company Name: Aero & Marine Tax Professionals
Contact Person: Julie Alston
Email: talston@aeromarinetaxpros.com
Phone: 916-691-9192
Address:8758 Freesia Dr.
City: Elk Grove
State: CA
Country: United States
Website: http://aeromarinetaxpros.com

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