Spokane Construction State and Local Tax Update


Course Description: 
Sales and use tax processes can vary business by business. The most recent legislative changes have directly impacted the construction industry and have prompted a new approach to how and when to file sales and use taxes. Specifically, use tax compliance becomes even more complicated when the equipment is purchased in one state and then used in another state. This sale and use tax process class will review the best practices that we have discovered over the years. By adopting standard sales and use tax processes, your compliance risk decreases.

Learning objectives:

  • Define what each state views as use tax
  • Review the general steps for ensuring use tax compliance
  • Discuss the basics of how to identify tax obligations within your organization
  • Identify holes in your current process that pose a tax liability
  • Review Tips and Tricks for filing sales and use tax amended returns

David Casper, CPA, Manager 
David has more than 18 years of experience with agricultural equipment dealerships and has provided sales tax support to over 100 retail locations in 11 states. He provides tax advice to clients and has experience facilitating the completion of sales tax returns in excess of $3 million. David is also experienced in creating and delivering workshops related to State and Local Tax (SALT) issues and has lead internal audit proceedings from start to finish, including protest letters and final payment.

CPE Information
CPE Credits: 2
CPE Category: Taxes
Level: Basic     
Delivery Method: In person Group

Additional Information:
No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 701.476.8773. 

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