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Here Come the Millennial Auditors

Wikipedia defines Millennials with college degrees as those folks who DO NOT STAY at any job for more than 2 or 3 years and then move to the next job. This cycle usually continues for an average of 3 jobs before they finally settle down for the long haul. If the Texas Comptroller continues to hire young new college graduates then it is a given that most of them will quit in 2 to 3 years and move on to their 2nd job or 3rd job.

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Sales Tax Issues for Upstream Oil and Gas Operators: Smell that? That’s the smell of money!

The expense side of oil and gas production can entail significant recurring costs for manpower and equipment for the maintenance and upkeep of the equipment at a lease site. Oftentimes the sales taxes charged on the sale of equipment or services are assessed in error by the seller or service providers. This is not necessarily intentional; many equipment or service providers do not have a firm grasp of the complex sales tax rules, regulations, exemptions and policies that pertain to oilfield services and equipment.

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Sales Tax and the Upstream Petroleum Industry

The upstream sector of the Petroleum industry involves companies that search for potential underground crude oil and natural gas fields, drill exploratory wells, and subsequently drill and operate the wells that recover and bring the crude oil and/or raw natural gas...

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International Fuel Tax Agreement Audit

Texas Tax Groups Introduction to Motor Fuel Use Tax Compliance Truck drivers are needed everywhere in the United States to transport important freight and supplies. You see the recruiting ads on billboards, see them on TV, and hear them on the radio. The job can be...

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