04/24/2018 8:00 am-10:30 am
Is it time to take a look at your sales and use tax strategy? Are you calculating these tax liabilities correctly? Sales and use tax rules are complex, and it can be difficult to know how to apply general guidelines to your unique situation. Unfortunately, errors can increase your chance of being audited—and add to your exposure.
Join Schenck for our 2018 Sales & Use Tax Update for tips and guidance to help you stay in compliance. The first 1½ hours of this 2½ hour workshop will cover general sales and use tax issues impacting most businesses. The last hour will include breakouts to address specific issues impacting the manufacturing & distribution, real estate & construction, and hospitality industries.
Attendees will learn:
- How to limit your sales and use tax liability exposure
- When to charge your customers sales tax and when to self-assess use tax
- Updates or changes made in Wisconsin
- Best practices in structuring transactions to reduce tax obligations
- How to handle overpayments and refund opportunities
- Voluntary disclosure guidance and nexus
- Notification and reporting rules implemented by various states
Accounting managers, accounting personnel, purchasing agents and small business owners will benefit from attending.
- Brian Clark, CPA, MBA, Supervisor – SALT, Schenck
- Sarah Evans, CPA, Manager – State and Local Tax, Schenck
- Brad Sweet, Supervisor – SALT, Schenck
The team brings over 40 years of combined state and local tax (SALT) experience to clients with specialized expertise in sales and use tax and property tax. Their experience includes coordination of sales tax audits and reverse audits as well as research, planning and compliance related to sales and use, property, income and franchise taxes.
$50 per person (Schenck clients will be invoiced)
Register here: http://www.schencksc.com/events