Seminar in Camarillo to Cover Avoiding Aircraft Sales Tax, Bonus Depreciation
CAMARILLO, CA: Aero & Marine Tax Professionals, (https://www.aeromarinetaxpros.com) the pre-eminent experts in helping purchasers of aircraft and vessels to avoid paying sales and use tax in California, will be co-hosting a complimentary aviation seminar entitled “Plane Dollars and Sense,” along with Channel Islands Aviation (https://www.flycia.com), on Tuesday, November 9 from 7pm to 9pm at 555 Airport Way in Camarillo.
The seminar will be geared to presenting information of value to aircraft owners and purchasers. The seminar will cover the following topics:
The NEW Bonus Depreciation
Rule 179 Expense
California State Sales and Use Tax
The seminar will be held from 7pm to 9pm, and is complimentary, but seating is limited. The seminar will be held at 555 Airport Way, Camarillo, in the Department of Airports Office. Those interested in attending the seminar should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aero & Marine Tax Professionals will also be exhibiting at the 2010 AOPA Aviation Summit at the Long Beach Convention Center, 300 East Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA, on November 11, 12 and 13. Their booth number is 1157.
Thomas Alston, President of Aero & Marine Tax Professionals, stated “We have worked with thousands of individuals and companies purchasing aircraft, helping them to avoid paying aircraft sales tax on their purchase. For clients who have followed our instructions to the letter, we have a 100% success rate. We urge people who are in the process of buying an aircraft or are considering it to attend this seminar and get the facts on saving money.”
Aero & Marine Tax Professionals shows purchasers how to avoid California aircraft tax and to make certain the full value of their next aircraft, vehicle or vessel goes into their pocket--not the Government's. They have successfully filed hundreds of tax returns with the California State Board of Equalization. Mr. Alston has also published many articles on strategies for saving on sales and use tax.