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SOURCE: Atlantax Systems, Inc.
Atlantax Systems announces the future acquisition of Advantage Tax LLC. Advantage Tax will continue to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary and will continue to use The Advantage Tax name.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 19, 2012
Atlantax Systems, Inc., an industry leader in sales and use tax compliance, announced today that it has agreed to acquire the business and assets of Atlanta based Advantage Tax. Advantage Tax LLC is a highly respected and successful state and local tax consulting company that specializes in audit support and reverse audit services. The acquisition is expected to close on November 30, 2012.
Advantage Tax Principals, Tommy Rains and Bill Pate will continue to run and oversee the day to day operations of the new Advantage Tax. Bill Pate states, “This merger offers both firms the opportunity of enhanced synergy in the services that can be offered to existing clients as well as new clients added in the future.”
Both Companies’ core capabilities and service offerings complement each other and the combined knowledge and experience in these two companies is unequaled according to Tommy Rains. Atlantax CEO, Gary Rhodus said, “Both firms have professionals whose individual experiences span government, private industry and consulting totaling over three decades.”
Mr. Rhodus also said, “This acquisition provides new opportunities for both companies’ clients and is part of Atlantax System’s strategy of diversifying and expanding its portfolio of services.” Atlantax Systems is a twenty-two year old company that provides a broad range of state and local tax compliance and consulting services. To learn more about Advantage Tax follow the link: Reverse Audit Services. To learn more about Atlantax Systems follow the link: State and Local Tax Compliance.
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