Businesses selling into the resale, wholesale or exempt entity markets fall under a vast web of compliance duties, with the onus on the vendor to get it right. When it comes to sales tax, businesses are best served to “collect the tax or get the doc,” a document that exempts the seller from collection obligations.
But in this era of moving pieces, even that simple directive is not easy. Just as in other areas of sales tax compliance, securing sales tax exemptions is far from tidy. Not every state accepts other states resale certificates; wholesalers can’t rely on their vendors to collect sales tax; and, the multistate jurisdiction certificate is often insufficient.
Join sales tax expert Judy Vorndran in this session to get the tools you need to get sales tax exemptions right. Empower yourself, and your clients, by being aware of these and other exemption and resale certificate issues we’ll cover in this webinar so you don’t get caught under audit.
Basics of sales tax exemptions.
State-by-state exemption updates.
Judy Vorndran leads the state and local tax (SALT) practice at TaxOps, helping clients navigate the morass of SALT issues with the goal of making it less “Taxing!”. She is a recognized thought leader and award-winning instructor to clients and tax professionals alike with a steady focus on finding ways to simplify complex SALT issues and areas of state tax controversy. Judy monitors the legislative, judicial, and regulatory tax landscape to assess the tax impact on businesses, and has helped successfully change the laws in a number of states and jurisdictions. Previously, Judy was the first National Tax Resource at a Top 100 CPA Firm, where she launched the firm’s SALT practice. She also spent 14 years exclusively focusing on SALT at PwC and Deloitte, extensively traveling the U.S. helping clients implement best practices and reduce SALT risks.
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