Our new license management service offers c-stores an extraordinary opportunity to reduce operating costs.
Boerne, Texas (PRWEB) September 28, 2011
Morrison & Head, leading property tax valuation and consulting firm and Property Tax Compliance Resources(PTCR), specialists in multi-state tax compliance for retailers, today announced the rollout of their new service aimed at streamlining the process of license compliance for c-store owners.
The business of offering a wide variety of products requires store owners to hold a multitude of licenses. On top of occupancy permits, c-stores must be licensed to handle food, alcohol, cigarettes and lottery tickets. Through its partnership with Morrison & Head, PTCR offers convenience stores relief from managing any federal, state, county and municipal licenses or permits.
Utilizing state of the art license management software, the service not only provides a workflow for license compliance, but also takes care of all pending filing and renewal deadlines to ensure one hundred percent compliance.
“Coupled with our leading edge property tax compliance capabilities, our new license management service offers c-stores the extraordinary opportunity to reduce operating costs on two fronts,” said Jim LeMaster, co-owner and Senior Consultant at PTCR. “According to a recent survey, 58 percent of retailers say that reducing these costs will stay at the top of their companywide agenda.”
About Morrison & Head, LP
Morrison & Head, Industrial/Complex Property Division specializes in identifying, developing, and implementing innovative property tax savings initiatives exclusively for manufacturers and distributors. With an emphasis on long-term client relationships, quality service, and proven performance, Morrison & Head LP's 125+ years of collective commercial and industrial property tax experience has consistently generated proven results for our clients.
About Property Tax Compliance Resources
PTCR's mission is to analyze any personal property environment, multiple locations and/or complex issues, and comply with state-mandated personal property filing requirements. They strive to obtain then maintain the lowest possible tax liability for their clients thereby minimizing their internal costs and maximizing their profit.