Getting a notice from a State indicating you have been selected for a sales and use tax audit can be quite scary. This webinar will provide guidance on what to expect, how to minimize your risk, what to expect of the auditor, and when to provide credits. We will also discuss the various sampling methodologies that could be employed during the audit.
• Reduce Audit Risk
• The Auditor’s Role and Responsibility
• The Audit Process
• Sampling Methodologies
Join us to learn best practices for handling a sales and use tax audit; such as preparing for the audit, gathering evidence, negotiating with auditors, and reviewing the work papers.
Melissa J-L Myers, CMI is the VP-Operations at TaxMatrix. Her career includes preparing reverse audits, assisting with audit defense preparing nexus surveys, compiling transactional analysis reports, preparing voluntary disclosure agreements, conducting managed compliance audits, and assisting clients with obtaining multi-state compliance for sales and use tax. She is also an experienced sales and use tax presenter. Mrs. Myers graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. When she’s not focusing on sales and use tax for her clients, she’s enjoying quality time with her husband and three children.
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