Technology companies, including software, digital services and goods, SaaS, and more, have always had challenges related to managing sales tax, one of the biggest being understanding what is actually taxable and where. The taxability and even the definition of digital goods and services is something that differs from state to state and not easy to keep up with. Join us for this webinar as we dive into the complexities of taxation of digital goods.
- Identify the definition of digital goods and services
- Explore a sampling of states that currently tax SaaS and other digital goods such as in-game purchases, digital downloads (music/books), apps, online learning, etc
- Discover sales tax situsing and more!
Who Should Attend
CPAs, accounting professionals, CFOs, Controllers, anyone who has to manage sales and use tax for their business or clients' business
- 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.
- 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.
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Tuesday, December 12, 2023
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