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Thu, Feb 24, 2005

Conklin & De Decker Releases 2005 State Tax Guide For GA

Which States Charge What Fees For GA Flying?

Conklin & de Decker has released the 2005 State Tax Guide for General Aviation. This guide covers taxes and fees imposed on general aviation in the fifty United States. It shows how sales and use taxes apply to aircraft sales, ownership, leases, parts and labor. Also, common exemptions from the state sales and/or use taxes are explored such as common carrier, occasional sales, fly-away and trade-in credits. Registration fees, personal property taxes, jet fuel and aviation gasoline taxes are included as well. In addition to tax information contact information for the Departments of Revenue and Aviation in each state is provided.

Operators, accountants, dealers, brokers, aviation law professionals and others will find the Guide a necessary tool to plan without surprises. The CD ROM enables you to search the database by exemption, tax type or state and do a side-by-side comparison.

An important feature of the Conklin & de Decker State Tax Guide for General Aviation is the ability for subscribers to download timely state tax updates as they occur from the Conklin & de Decker website. As the majority of the state legislatures are only in session for a few months a year this can cause rapid changes in their tax laws. Users of the software can continuously check for updates via the program on their computer by clicking on the “download updates” button on their screen.

If state tax issues are something that you are concerned with, the Conklin & de Decker State Tax Guide for General Aviation is something that you should not do without. A one-year subscription is $250 and includes the CD ROM and updates throughout the year.

Conklin and de Decker is a leader in aviation research, consulting and education with offices in Orleans, Massachusetts, Arlington, Texas and Scottsdale, Arizona. The company founded in 1984, focuses on fixed- and rotary- wing aircraft operating costs, performance and specification databases, maintenance management software, financial management, fleet planning, market research, aviation tax issues, and financial, tax and management seminars. Conklin & de Decker consults with numerous individuals, corporations and government agencies worldwide.

FMI: www.conklindd.com

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