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Understanding And Managing Sales & Use Tax

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Webinar: ID# 1015763
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Understanding and managing sales and use tax is one of today's most challenging areas of taxation as transactions conducted across state lines, foreign sourcing, electronic commerce conducted over the Internet, and the proliferation of mail order businesses have increased both the complexity and the revenue risks and rewards for individual states.

If you have questions about sales and use tax laws, you're not alone. There are 7,500 different taxing jurisdictions in the United States alone, and they routinely tax the same products differently. It's easy to understand why our sales and use tax laws are considered among the most complicated in the world.

To add to your challenge, state governments are aggressively pursuing new avenues of taxation. Having been faced with a slumping economy, they want a bigger piece of the revenue pie.

This training session will help you to better understand the basics of sales and use tax, as well as help you to navigate government requirements more efficiently to protect your organization from large fines and penalties.

Learning Objectives
  • The difference between sales tax and use tax, and when they are applied
  • 4 different types of tax states, and how they affect your organization
  • The difference between tangible personal property and real property
  • How the interstate commerce exemption protects you from taxation
  • How to determine how your company creates nexus for sales and use tax purposes
  • Rules that apply to internet and catalog sales
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