A York County accounting firm is adding services to untangle the increasingly complicated web of tax laws faced by companies doing business in multiple states.
Stambaugh Ness announced the formation of a state and local tax practice area earlier this week. Jason Sneeringer, tax manager for the accounting and business advisory firm, will lead the new area.
“We recognized the need to offer a higher level of sophisticated, specialized tax services for our multi-state clients,” Stambaugh Ness president and CEO Steven Hake said in a news release. “It’s a complicated area that creates issues for many companies.”
Sneeringer will help clients with tasks like identifying tax savings opportunities, ensuring compliance and resolving tax issues.
Several other midstate firms advertise similar state and local tax-related services, which are commonly referred to by the acronym SALT.
Stambaugh Ness has offices in Springettsbury Township and Hanover. It focuses on the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, nonprofit and professional service industries.