Marine Tax Myths- Tom Alston

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There is a lot of random information out there about how to best purchase a vessel. Here in this video, Mr. Tom Alston takes up the myths about vessel taxes. He will show you how to accomplish a vessel purchase completely tax-free.

Tom is the CEO of Aero and Marine Tax Professionals, the preeminent experts in California sales and uses tax. He also speaks on topics related to work, success and building wealth. His bi-weekly webinars with industry leaders are widely attended.

Aero and Marine Tax Professional’s success stems from researching decades of decisions and recommendations by the California Board of Equalization (BOE). From this research and learning every possible way someone could avoid paying sales and use tax, they created a full-proof process to achieve tax exemption. As a result, there isn’t any way for a client to fail to win their exemption. Over 1,400 clients have had success working with Aero and Marine.

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