ATTENTION EAST COASTERS! If you have business operations in the East Coast or make sales into East Coast states, get ready for this regional sales tax deep-dive.
This webinar will cover all the sales tax essentials, including taxability and exemptions, rates, nexus issues, administrative items, and more for New England and the North East (and a little beyond).
When you manage sales tax for a region, a huge part is tracking all the legislative changes so you don’t miss a new requirement. This webinar will get you caught up on important recent legislative changes and rule updates for the East Coast including significant court cases, crucial sales tax updates, and more.
You’ll also learn how the historic South Dakota v. Wayfair decision has shaken up sales tax requirements in the region and get up to speed with the latest remote seller provisions being introduced.
This webinar will cover the following East Coast states: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Who should attend?
This webinar is intended for businesses or individuals who have business operations on the East Coast or make sales into East Coast states. It is best 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 designed for all levels of 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
If you currently do business or are planning to do business in Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont you need to be aware of key sales tax issues and unique tax situations for those states.
Sales tax rules and legislation are constantly changing at the state level. It can be nearly impossible to keep up with every important law change or court ruling that is taking place.
Each region has its own challenges and critical updates. For example, Maryland enacted a new sales tax exemption for qualified data centers this year. East Coast states also continue to refine their post-Wayfair policies and even apply economic nexus to other tax types. The city of Philadelphia adopted economic nexus provisions for its business income and receipts tax.
Join the webinar to learn critical sales tax rules and quirks for East Coast states. You’ll get caught up on significant sales tax updates and legislative changes – including post-Wayfair nexus legislation – that can have an effect on your company’s operations.
Avoid costly errors and stay in compliance by getting the sales tax specifics for thirteen East Coast states in a single session.
In this 90-minute live webinar, sales tax expert Diane Yetter of the Sales Tax Institute will provide you with key sales and use tax information for fifteen East Coast states. She’ll cover important taxability and exemption issues, administrative items, sales and use tax rate information and more.
Diane will also cover recent important legislative changes, the continued effect of South Dakota v. Wayfair in these states, significant recent court cases, and other crucial sales tax updates. And during the live Q&A portion of the webinar, you can get answers to your specific sales tax questions directly from Diane.
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