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Cable Tax: Like many other business sectors, the cable industry must adhere to industry-specific tax data. The Cable Tax Layer delivers comprehensive and current tax information that aids in reducing errors, customer service calls and billing adjustments.
Utility Tax: Utility companies are focused on optimizing efficiencies and productivity at every level inside their organization. They don’t need to expend additional energy grappling with collecting tax information from multiple sources. The Utility Tax Layer delivers the information quickly and efficiently to help Utility companies reduce excessive phone calls, research and costs associated with billing errors.
Telecommunication Tax: In a market defined as “communications”, it is ironic that something as simple as a property address is often relayed incorrectly. A seemingly small error, it adds up to big problems and potentially angry customers when it affects the telecommunications industry. Based on our industry leading location intelligence, the Telecommunication Tax Layer will help eliminate false address positives.
Rental Tax: Business property owners are required to pay rental tax, but it’s not always clear which tax jurisdiction their property falls within. Our Rental Tax Layer quickly identifies a business’ tax jurisdiction so that the business can remain in compliance with local and state laws.
Sales and Use Tax: In many industries, sales tax and use tax are collected based on physical service addresses, or in the case of Internet sales, delivery addresses. It goes without saying that if the address is inaccurate, the results are erroneous billing and delayed remittance, resulting in interrupted cash flow that can negatively impact to a business. Our Sales and Use Tax Layer can help eliminate this problem.
Special Tax Districts: Tax jurisdictions known as Special Tax Districts or “SpTD” are unique because they do not follow municipal boundaries. In addition, they may cover only a portion of a city or county, making it difficult to assess an address’ actual tax jurisdiction footprint. The CoreLogic Tax Jurisdiction Layers cover tax jurisdictions for all 50 states and identifies Special Tax Districts with a high degree of accuracy.
Below is an example of Industry Specific Tax Results