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Big Sales Tax Changes and You - 2017 Edition Webinar

2017 is turning out to be a banner year for sales tax developments. From new types of nexus legislation to states’ expansion of the sales tax base to important updates on Colorado’s reporting requirements legislation, it’s been a busy year. And that means there is a lot of new information to stay on top of. Not knowing about the latest developments could mean your business is not sales tax compliant.


Being aware of the latest and most significant sales tax developments among the states is just the first step though. More importantly, you need to understand what impact these changes will have on your business. And you need to know what steps you’ll need to take to comply with them. Are you confident you have all the latest information and know what to do with it?


In this 90-minute webinar, sales tax expert Diane Yetter of the Sales Tax Institute will get you up to speed on the new, the crazy and the most frequently passed pieces of sales tax legislation in 2017. Diane will show you what significant changes have already taken place, what’s coming up, and what impact they will have on you and your business.


Instead of trying to find this information on your own, get expert guidance on the top sales tax developments that can affect you, and find out what you can do to stay compliant and reduce your risk at this live, 90-minute webinar. In addition, you can get answers to your sales tax questions directly from Diane during the live Q&A portion of the webinar. 



This 90 minute course grants 1.5 CPE credits.


Learning Objectives for this webinar include:


  • Discover the latest, most important legislative developments in sales tax and understand the impact they can have on you
  • Learn about the new types of sales tax nexus legislation that states are introducing and which states have enacted bills in 2017
  • Get the latest information on Colorado’s reporting requirements legislation and understand what steps you may need to take to be in compliance
  • Learn about the new types of taxes that states have been enacting in the last several years and how to administer them
  • Discover other significant sales and use tax trends and which states have taken action on them in 2017
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