Over the last decade, more and more states are legislating that businesses charge sales tax on more and more services. With the dramatic increase of the sales of services over tangible goods, cash strapped states are looking for more and creative ways to get their share of the revenue. Knowing which states have taken the approach of taxing more services is important to understand, and a major topic of this webinar.
Knowing what gets taxed and what goes tax free is half the battle. Allow sales tax guru Scott Peterson to break down the new rules and demystify an issue that many companies struggle with.
The different ways that states tax services
How states define taxable services and the categories most often taxed
Which states have increased their tax bases
Shane is a Senior Manager in the State and Local Tax Department at Clark Nuber, P.S. in Bellevue Washington. Shane focuses on state and local indirect tax obligations for companies of all sizes operating across the United States and beyond. He collaborates with companies in developing scalable processes to support effective and dynamic indirect tax calculation and compliance, especially sales and use tax.
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