Managing sales tax for a business requires having someone (or many someones!) behind the scenes to keep all of the sales tax “stuff” running smoothly.
All that “stuff” is called sales tax administration… and dealing with it is a responsibility that most businesses have but usually don’t realize all that is involved.
Registration, returns, tax remittance, exemption certificate management, and dealing with sales tax holidays are a few of the critical administrative items that may come to mind.
However, successfully administering the sales tax function is even bigger than managing the stages of the sales tax cycle. It also includes development of policies and procedures that keep everything organized and even training other departments about what they need to know about sales tax.
This webinar will teach you a successful approach to administer the sales tax function efficiently and effectively in your company. Learn how to manage all the administrative items to keep your company compliant no matter if you’re a sales tax department of one or many.
The on-demand webinar is designed for general practitioners, finance, and operations personnel with minimal to no sales tax experience.
Diane L. Yetter, President & Founder, YETTER and Sales Tax Institute
Diane L. Yetter is the “Sales Tax Nerd TM” as well as a strategist, advisor, speaker and author in the field of sales and use tax. She is president and founder of YETTER Tax, a sales tax consulting and tax technology firm in business since 1996. She is also the founder of The Sales Tax Institute, which offers live and online courses to educate business professionals about sales and use tax.More About Diane L. Yetter
Trisha Davidson, CMI, Senior Tax Manager, YETTER and Sales Tax Institute
Trisha Davidson has 30 years of tax experience working in both corporate and consulting services. Her experience broadly encompasses Federal, state, and local tax compliance, consulting, and auditing throughout the U.S., with a specialty in sales tax. Trisha is passionate about sharing her knowledge and skills to help others effectively managing their sales and use tax spend to minimize liabilities and maximize savings.More About Trisha Davidson
Administering the Sales Tax Function On-Demand is a 30-day online rental through the popular streaming service, Vimeo.
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To register, click Start this Course below, and you will be taken to a simple web form to complete. From there, you’ll be sent to Vimeo to complete your purchase and gain access to the course.
When you’re the person charged with sales tax duties in your company, you need to know the right way to handle sales tax administrative issues. Your company will come to you when questions come up about the forms and filing, tax obligations, law interpretation, and handling an audit notice. Are you ready?
If not, your sales tax administration isn’t up-to-snuff.
To get things in order you could spend days piecing together all the bits you need to have sales tax running smoothly in your company on your own with online searching, making calls, and emailing who you can. (A daunting task that leads to mixed results!) Or you can get what you need in a 90-minute webinar taught by a leading expert who has coached businesses through these exact processes for over 30 years.
Getting expert advice on the most crucial aspects of sales tax administration – including registration, exemption certificates, filing and remittance, invoicing, and more – helps you avoid costly mistakes down the line.
Because here’s the thing…
Your compliance starts with how you’re handling sales tax administration internally. Your administration and management of sales tax needs sets the course for everything.
This webinar will get your sales tax administration in order. You’ll learn how to implement policies and procedures that guide your internal team through everyday compliance duties, provide insight to company leaders when they need it, and educate non-sales tax staff how to support the sales tax function.
The course is 90 minutes long and is not eligible for CPE credit.