Pennsylvania Audit, Tax and Consulting
A depth of history and experience in the Greater Philadelphia region
The roots of our Philadelphia office run deeply with more than 50 years of experience in the area. In 1949, Rudolph Palitz opened its doors and quickly became a trusted advisor to the regional business community. Its merger into RSM in 2000 created an even stronger firm with national resources to help serve and grow its clients.
Today, we serve clients throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey. RSM acquired two well-respected firms, King of Prussia-based, Mantas, Ohliger, McGary & Quinn and Philadelphia–based Simonson, Lipschutz & Fogel PC, allowing us to even better serve our clients. With over 377 permanent employees, RSM focuses on midsized companies throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.
Our client service
As a national firm and through our affiliation with RSM International, we provide custom service offerings to both local companies and those who operate across the country and around the globe.
Our charitable efforts
Our commitment to the Greater Philadelphia region extends beyond serving the needs of our clients. Our personnel devote their time, money and efforts to many local charitable organizations, fundraisers and events.
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Tax bill closes budget shortfalls by limiting net loss carryforwards and enacting remote seller and use tax reporting provisions.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court finds net loss carryforward limitation unconstitutional; severs fixed dollar amount cap.
2017 tax amnesty program will run for a 60-day period and offers waiver of penalties and half the interest due for eligible liabilities.
Pennsylvania Department of Revenue removes letter ruling on the taxability of previously nontaxable software support services.
Decision clears the path for 1.5 cents-per-ounce tax on the distribution of sweetened beverages effective Jan. 1, 2017.
Modifies various realty transfer tax provisions in order to close perceived loopholes regarding real estate holding company transactions.
Gov. Christie signs pharmacy-related legislation offsetting budget deficits and reinstating reciprocity scheduled to end on Dec. 31, 2016.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in net loss carryforward limitation case, requests parties to consider Mount Airy decision.
Despite prior assurances, the IRS is now indicating that additional guidance for certain taxpayers will not be coming anytime soon.
Pennsylvania enacts budget bill providing new sales tax on digital goods, tax amnesty program and return due date changes, among others.
Pennsylvania DOR issues guidance regarding the sourcing of receipts from sales of services and intangibles.
Pennsylvania has enacted legislation that makes sweeping changes to many state taxes.
Pennsylvania Office Locations
518 Township Line Road,
Blue Bell PA 19422
Paul Marvel, Office Managing Partner
30 South 17th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Sudhir Kondisetty, Office Managing Partner
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