2017 Thought Leadership Webinar Series

Learn best practices and get sage advice from leading experts on sales tax compliance. Our wide network of presenters will cover everything from audit preparation, new Amazon laws, drop shipping rules, the latest trends in sales tax rules, and more. Sign up for one or attend the whole series!

Sales tax filing and reporting rules vary between jurisdictions in major ways. Each state has unique filing schedules, forms, payment thresholds and other administrative requirements that make staying on top of returns challenging. Following a few best practices can help you avoid costly penalties and fines. Join sales tax compliance and tax technology expert John Sallese as he explains:

  • Which part of the returns process is the biggest area of tax risk
  • How to identify whether your business has “nexus’ and should file in multiple states
  • The most common remittance errors
  • What typically happens when you fail to register
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Ever wonder why certain businesses are targeted or the most common types of errors auditors look for? Or more importantly, the impact on your business should the audit outcome not weigh in your favor? This webinar can answer those questions.

Using extensive data acquired from the Texas Department of Revenue and the California Board of Equalization, leading sales tax expert Andrew Johnson of Pesner Johnson & Co. and Avalara uncovered the following:

  • Which four industries are audited the most
  • How many audits conducted out of state
  • Average cost of an audit including penalties, fees, and professional counsel
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You’ve probably heard all about nexus. If not, it’s a pretty simple concept: having enough presence in a state that you need to collect sales tax in that state. What’s not so simple to understand is what determines significant physical presence in other states. Why? Because most states make their own rules and define “presence” differently.Attend the presentation and let SALT expert and former CA State Auditor Steven Cabrera explain the following:

  • Which activities create nexus in most states
  • The difference between Origin-based and Destination-based states
  • When you should review your nexus activities
  • How to create a nexus checklist
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Coming in 2017

  • May 4 – Definitive Guide to Sales Tax
  • May 23 – Sales Tax on Services
  • June 7 – The Six Trickiest Sales Tax States
  • June 22 – Sales Tax Changes: 2017’s Mid Year Update