National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), Phoenix Chapter
Doctorate of Business Administration, Argosy University, Chicago
Master of Business Administration in Accounting and Finance, Keller Graduate School of Management & Becker Professional, Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Greensboro College, Greensboro, N.C.
More than eight years of financial and tax experience, with four of those years specifically focused on tax audits for the Arizona Department of Revenue.
Extensive knowledge of Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) and Use tax, as well as a variety of other state and local tax issues.
Taxability expert in various industries, including construction, home builders, spec builders, retail, health care models such as hospitals and medical equipment, telecommunications, mining/drilling, amusement, residential rental, software technology, and restaurant/bars.
Experienced in audit support services and state and local litigation issues, appeals, informal petitions and penalty abatement. Knowledgeable in Voluntary Disclosure Agreement (VDA) programs, Public Law 86-272 Nexus determinations, and amnesty issues.
Proficient in Lean Six Sigma principals and business practices, such as statistical measurements related to productivity and effectiveness.
The recent US Supreme Court decision that overturned Quill in the South Dakota v Wayfair case has many states making or considering law changes related to sales tax compliance for out-of-state sellers.
Until recently, many businesses weren’t overly concerned about sales tax. They knew they needed to collect and remit in the state in which they resided, but beyond that, their compliance burden was limited.
There has been a lot of talk lately about the SCOTUS Wayfair decision. That ruling provides states the opportunity to collect sales tax from businesses making sales in their state, without a physical presence.
The impact of the recent SCOTUS Wayfair decision will continue to have a ripple effect on businesses and state sales tax compliance. To discuss your specific situation and next steps, contact someone that is well-versed in nexus and the implications of …
The U.S. Supreme Court has opened the door for states to collect sales taxes on most internet sales and in its 5-4 Wayfair decision the Court ruled in favor of South Dakota’s law requiring certain internet sellers with no physical presence in the state to …
In a case that could hold significant taxpayer benefits, the California Court of Appeals recently ruled that a member of a California limited liability company who held a 0.2 percent passive ownership interest in the company and was not doing business in …
Learn more about the most common taxes encountered by businesses including income, franchise, gross receipts, sales and use taxes. Knowing when your business has established nexus is important and can help keep you in compliance and minimize your tax …
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