State and local tax rules are constantly changing, and the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has the potential to cause even more changes. This can make it difficult for businesses to stay in compliance and up-to-date on changes that directly affect tax liability and related responsibilities. This session will cover what you need to know regarding various state and local tax rules specific to the manufacturing and distribution industry.
- Review important recent tax law changes and how they affect the manufacturing and distribution industry
- Outline how aggressive state expansions of sales tax collection requirements create nexus and the related filing requirements and risks for businesses working across state lines
- Review how the new remote seller legislation will expand responsibilities and reporting requirements
- Identify how new court decisions affect your state tax responsibilities
Presenter: Laura Robichaud, DBA, MBA, Senior Manager
Laura has more than 9 years of financial and tax experience, with four of those years specifically focused on tax audits for the Arizona Department of Revenue. She is considered a taxability expert in a wide variety of industries, and she is experienced in audit support services and state and local litigation issues, appeals, informal petitions and penalty abatement. Laura is also knowledgeable in Voluntary Disclosure Agreement (VDAs) programs, Public Law 86-272 Nexus determinations, and amnesty issues.
CPE Credits: 1 Hour
CPE Category: Taxes
Delivery Method: Internet based Group
No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 701.476.8773.