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Tax solution reduces paperwork, headaches for Boeing, Charleston County

Tax solution reduces paperwork, headaches for Boeing, Charleston County

David Wren
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Jul 2 2016 12:01 am

Boeing Co.’s Dreamliner campus will see fewer vehicle tax bills arriving in the mail as part of a Charleston County effort to simplify the aerospace giant’s paperwork.

Boeing — which owns dozens of vehicles at its North Charleston campus, where it makes the 787 Dreamliner commercial plane — asked the Charleston County Economic Development department this year if the tax bills for those vehicles could be consolidated to improve efficiency. In addition to the vehicles, Boeing is taxed on hundreds of assets, including buildings, machinery, equipment and tools.

“It was a real chore,” said Mark Pilling, a procurement agent for Boeing’s Shared Services Group. 

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