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Taxes are widening their scope continuously. Especially with nexus barriers continued to get knocked down, businesses are continued to be subject to more taxes in number of states. For instance, the sales tax system in the U.S. is complex. With numerous state, numerous sales tax rates, and a whole lot of variability, it is tough for retailers to make an efficient application of the U.S. Sales Tax. Especially the pass-through entities and their owners face difficulties - to identify where businesses and owners are required to pay and file state and local taxes - in the ever-changing morass of state tax laws and administrative policies governing nexus.
This webinar attempts to demystify the sales tax system. It also avails much needed practical advice for tax practitioners serving small & mid-size business clients. Further, it attempts to cover noteworthy SALT developments in the following sessions:
Details key points covered in each session are as follows:
As nexus barriers continue to get knocked down, businesses are being subjected to taxes in more and more states. The exposure faced by those who are unable to comply can be severe. Following the seminal U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, states are now able to force remote vendors and marketplace facilitators to collect sales tax. Tax professionals must recognize how states expand, demand, and open new and broader tax pipelines to avoid any unintended tax implications for noncompliance.
Furthermore, these businesses are likely also subject to business activity taxes in these states. Pass-through entities and their owners in particular face difficult state tax complexities. This course will examine where businesses are subject to state taxes and how to minimize compliance burdens. Federal P.L. 86-272 provides protection for certain businesses selling tangible personal property, but is not available for service providers. Finally, attendees will learn which states conform to federal income tax provision and where decoupling exists.
Major Topics Covered:
The sales tax system in the U.S. is anything but simple. With 45 states (and Washington, D.C.), over 10,000 sales tax rates, and a whole lot of variability, it can be tough for retailers to make sense of U.S. sales tax.
Sales & use tax is a quagmire for many multistate businesses, as the rules governing the tax base and exemptions vary significantly amongst states. The task of identifying states in which sales and use tax compliance is required and how to apply each state’s tax may seem daunting, but it’s not impossible. The exposure faced by those who are unable to comply can be severe.
This webinar will help businesses navigate those sales & use tax complexities, focusing on what business purchases are subject to tax and how to maximize potential exemptions. This webinars will also explain why U.S. sales tax is so complex and helps you demystify it. Attendees will learn about common sales tax exemptions for manufacturing businesses and the resale of tangible personal property. Further, as states struggle to meet tax revenue demands, more and more services are becoming subject to tax, especially services sold to businesses.
Do you know whether your corporation’s activities cross state boundaries and establish a taxable presence (nexus)? Do you have the protocol in place to review and determine your multistate tax obligations? Do you have the systems in place to manage these obligations and minimize risk? Don’t wait until your company is audited to deal with the ever-changing morass of state tax laws and administrative policies governing nexus
As nexus barriers continue to get knocked down, businesses are being subjected to taxes in more and more states. The exposure faced by those who are unable to comply can be severe. Pass-through entities and their owners in particular face difficult state tax complexities. This course will examine where businesses are subject to business activity tax and how to minimize compliance burdens. Federal P.L. 86-272 provides protection for certain businesses selling tangible personal property, but is not available for service providers. Finally, attendees will learn which states conform with federal income tax provision and where decoupling exists.
With so much uncertainty in the area of business entity taxation when advising business clients, this business entity tax update webinar is a must-attend event! This Business Entity Tax webinar will focus on providing practical advice for tax practitioners serving small & mid-size business clients.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided several state & local tax cases recently which will shape the SALT landscape for decades to come. Apart from the Court’s holding regarding state sales & use tax collection for retailers, this decision has also changed the nexus landscape for other types of direct state taxes - at least in conjunction with state threshold legislation - including net income taxes, for service providers, manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers.
These rulings include:
Richard Fry and Steven Dimengo, partners at Buckingham, delves into the subject in this webinar.
Major Topics Covered:
Attend this webinar to grab the opportunity for staying updated with the subject and help your firm to achieve more with recognizing fair tax payments…!
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I am a business tax attorney who provides clients with trusted advice concerning significant transactions, tax planning, and difficult challenges encountered in their daily operations. My practice is focused on state and local tax compliance and controversies, including Ohio and multistate sales/use tax, commercial activity tax, and personal income tax issues. Additionally, I represent client in negotiating and drafting agreements for commercial and real estate transactions, and in federal income tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service.
Because of my tax background, I often advise clients on the business and tax implications related to their corporate structure and significant transactions. I take pride in understanding my clients' business needs and objectives so I can help them achieve their goals in the most beneficial, yet practical, manner.
Also, as former Chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Taxation Committee, I have been asked to present my opinion concerning tax laws and policy to Ohio legislatures on behalf of the Bar Association. These opportunities have given me invaluable insight into the legislative process and the practical considerations that mold tax policy.
Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC is a corporate law firm that counsels
middle-market executives and business leaders all over Ohio and beyond. With
offices in Cleveland, Akron and Canton, Ohio, Buckingham offers clients
sophisticated and practical legal services. Serving the region for more than
100 years, Buckingham’s mission is to deliver meaningful experiences through
the practice of law, exceed expectations in terms of service, counsel and
business sense, and to offer continuous value to the industries, communities
and clients they serve.
Paul Gagliano, CPA (US)
Jun 30th 2021