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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John has over 20 years of transaction tax compliance and audit experience, to include Sales / Use, Telecommunications and Property Tax. John has been in various roles supporting Sales, Marketing, Implementation and training through webinars, speaking engagements and on-site presentations. John’s previous roles include being a Senior Director Tax Services, Transaction Tax Manager, Regional Sales Manager, and Manager of Implementations Services.
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