Sales tax is confusing. In this webinar, we will navigate four of the tricky areas you will experience as you go down the road of compliance:
1) Understanding economic nexus and your evolving footprint
2) Marketplace facilitators – who collects the sales tax?
3) Drop shipments – Is it you or me?
4) Quantifying your exposure and deciding if a voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA) is right for your business
- Identify key elements of establishing a sales tax compliance process
- Understand economic nexus and what this means to your business
- Understand your sales tax obligations when selling via Marketplace Facilitators
- Explore who is responsible for collecting sales tax in drop shipment transactions
- Recognize how to quantify sales tax exposure, and what to do about it
- None required.
Who Should Attend
Controllers, finance leaders, and accountants responsible for managing sales tax compliance for companies with >$20M in revenue and/or filing in 10 or more states as well as the CPAs and advisors who serve them.
- Partner, Consulting Practice Leader
Jeff Meigs leads TaxConnex's consulting practice. He joined TaxConnex over a decade ago and since then has helped to grow TaxConnex through a focus on client experience and satisfaction. Prior to joining TaxConnex, Jeff was a Vice President with Thomson Reuters and he also worked with two of the Big 4 firms as a manager and senior manager. Jeff also brings experience from his time as an Auditor with the North Carolina Department of Revenue and as a Client Experience Leader with General Electric.
He attended North Carolina State University where he studied Accounting.
- Partner, Chief Revenue Officer
As a Partner and Chief Revenue Officer with TaxConnex, Brian helps companies manage their sales tax risk by implementing sales tax outsourcing solutions and advising them on sales tax issues related to nexus, taxability, audits, and Voluntary Disclosure Agreements. Brian has worked in the sales tax field since 2000 and prior to that worked predominantly in software sales.
Brian is a graduate of Purdue University and has lived in the Atlanta, GA area since 1997.
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Date & Time
Thursday, October 29, 2020
1:00 PM EDT (see additional timezones)
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