Diane L. Yetter
Diane works with an extensive network of capable partners to deliver a variety of sales tax services ranging from tax technology to tax policy and planning and training. She works with clients of all sizes—from Fortune 10 to small, family-owned companies—in a variety of industries.
She is a Certified Implementation Partner and Trainer with Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Indirect Tax, a Certified Training and TDM Specialist for Vertex, Inc. and a Business Partner of Avalara and VertexCloud.
As a speaker, Diane is frequently asked to present to industry groups concerning sales and use tax issues including the Council on State Taxation (COST), Chicago Tax Club, Diversified Communications (IOFM and Accountex), the Institute of Professionals in Taxation (IPT), National Association of Credit Managers (NACM), National Association for Retail Marketing Services (NARMS), Vertex User Conference, Thomson Reuters User Conference, and Avalara.
As an author, Diane has written articles concerning sales and use tax issues; was editor for the 1995-1996 edition of the Information Technology Association of America Software & Services State Tax Report and authored Drop Shipments: Taxation, Compliance and Planning and Multistate Guide to Sales and Use Tax: Manufacturing, both published by CCH. She also is the author of the US Sales Tax Chapter for the IBFD VAT Worldwide Research Database. Diane provides answers to sales tax questions on the website www.salestaxsupport.com. She has also appeared as an expert witness.
Diane is a member of the AICPA, Illinois CPA Society, Chicago Tax Club, Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Taxation Committee, Taxpayers’ Federation of Illinois, and the Institute of Professionals in Taxation. She is a member of the Practitioner Connection with the Council on State Taxation, and represents client concerns on a number of task forces. Diane was named in Accounting Today’s 100 Most Influential People in Accounting for 2011, 2012 and 2017. Diane serves on the KU Endowment Association’s Board of Trustees and serves as Immediate Past Chair of the Dean’s Board of Advisors, University of Kansas School of Business where she is also an adjunct professor, teaching topics on state and local taxation and entrepreneurship.
Diane earned a BS in accounting and business administration from the University of Kansas in 1985 and an MS in taxation from DePaul University in 1994. Prior to founding the company, Diane was a state and local tax manager in the Chicago office of Arthur Andersen LLP, the sales and use tax director for the Quaker Oats Company, and a sales and use tax auditor for the Kansas Department of Revenue.
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