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4 Most Influential Sales Tax Accountants Roundtable

Dates
February 28, 2023
Time
1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST (Eastern Time Zone)
Location
Live Webinar
Credit
1.5 CPE credits
Price
$175
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Overview

Those who work in sales tax can expect 2023 to hold an abundance of new challenges – from law changes to more aggressive state audits to technology hurdles.

To help you tackle anything sales tax throws your way, we’re bringing in the experts for a third-annual roundtable discussion.

Join four sales tax experts named to Accounting Today’s list of “100 Most Influential People in Accounting” for 2022 to get expert perspectives on the next big policy initiatives and where the sales tax industry is headed.

Diane Yetter of Sales Tax Institute will be joined by Michael Bernard of Vertex, Inc., Charles Maniace of Sovos, and Scott Peterson of Avalara to share their insight on how to mitigate the trickiest sales tax issues facing taxpayers today and provide a 2023 legislative update, so you are armed with the best strategies and latest legislative details to keep your company sales tax compliant.

Who should attend?

This webinar is intended for financial and operations personnel—including tax, general accounting, accounts payable, sales, tax technology, purchasing and credit—who deal with sales and use tax as part of their responsibilities. The course is also designed for general practitioners, with minimal to no experience.

Your Expert Instructors

Michael Bernard

Charles Maniace

Scott Peterson

Diane Yetter

VP Tax Content & Chief Tax Officer, Transaction Taxes, Vertex, Inc. Vice President, Regulatory Analysis
and Design, Sovos
Vice President of U.S. Tax Policy and Government Relations, Avalara President & Founder, Sales Tax Institute

 

“Sales Tax Institute information is excellent, concise, and exactly what we need to try and keep on top of the sweeping changes to sales tax.”

Additional Details About Future of 4 Most Influential Sales Tax Accountants Roundtable Webinar

Following the rollercoaster of state budgets in 2020 and 2021, the 2022 legislative session addressed a number of sales tax policy proposals that have shaken up the sales tax landscape for businesses across the board.  In addition, the inflation and related impact on state budgets and fears of reduced spending coupled with higher costs contributed to some interesting “solutions” offered by the states ranging from new and unusual holidays in Florida to gas tax freezes in a number of states.

In this roundtable discussion, four sales tax experts will examine how the most significant sales tax issues of 2022 will play into policy initiatives and state revenue recovery tactics in 2023. Their analysis will include a 2023 legislative update that covers current legislative proposals, what is expected to stick, and the pros and cons of various proposals for businesses.

Beyond the impact of new legislation, each expert will share major sales tax issues facing taxpayers today – from audits to technology to the continued impact of Wayfair – and outline strategies to mitigate the challenges for your business.

Here is a sample of the topics that will be covered:

  • The viability of home rule state remote seller legislation in light of impending legal challenges
  • Digitization of all aspects of tax administration including invoicing, compliance and audits which took a big step due to the pandemic
  • The small, but potentially growing, movement of governors wanting to eliminate their income tax by increasing reliance on sales tax
  • Business interests to bring uniformity in state economic nexus requirements and whether there is any hope for any changes
  • Digital advertising taxes, including passed and proposed legislation

Each of the webinar panelists is a CPA or attorney, a sales tax practitioner, or an insider in the sales tax technology space. This provides four well-rounded perspectives to get you thinking about proactive steps you can take to keep your company compliant in 2023 and beyond.

Join the webinar to learn how to prepare for sales tax law changes on the horizon and how to shift your company’s strategies to manage sales tax more efficiently and effectively.

Your Teaching Staff

In this 90-minute live webinar taught by four sales tax experts named to Accounting Today’s “Top 100 Influential People in Accounting,” you’ll learn how to navigate key 2023 sales tax changes and get expert perspectives on where the sales tax industry is headed.

Plus, you can get answers to your specific sales tax questions directly from the panel of experts, Diane Yetter of Sales Tax Institute, Scott Peterson of Avalara, Charles Maniace of Sovos, and Michael Bernard of Vertex, during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Learning Objectives for this Webinar Include:
  • Discover what experts believe will be the next big sales tax policy initiatives so you are ahead of the curve in anticipating changes.
  • Find out how significant 2022 sales tax issues – like sales tax holidays, gun safety as well as “pink tax” and grocery tax initiatives – are fueling 2023 policy initiatives.
  • Learn about the latest 2023 proposed sales tax legislation and the impact new legislation may have on your business.
  • Examine key lessons learned by practitioners and software companies alike following the fifth calendar year of Wayfair legislation.
  • Learn about the budget impact of inflation and what states are doing to recoup sales tax revenue.
  • Discover where the future of tax technology is headed to prepare to take advantage of new tools and systems that simplify sales tax compliance.
  • Learn about the digitization of tax administration and digital audits so you are prepared for technological change on the horizon.

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CPE Information:

Webinar attendees can earn 1.5 hours of CPE credit in the “Taxes” field of study

Prerequisites: This course requires no prerequisites or advance preparation.

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based

 

 

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