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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

"Determining the Taxable Base"

By Jennifer Zimmerman and Breen Schiller

Jennifer Zimmerman and Breen Schiller are speaking for the Interstate Tax Corporation's Sales and Use Tax Planning Seminar regarding "Determining the Taxable Base" on Monday, November 18, 2013 in Washington, D.C. They will be presenting at the Embassy Suites Washington on the inclusion or exclusion of specific items in determining the gross proceeds or sales upon which the tax is based. Their presentation will also cover the treatment of cash and trade discounts, coupons, rebates, returns and allowances, transportation expenses, trade-ins, finance charges, repossessed property, bad debts and taxes paid to other jurisdictions. They will also speak about the impact of the separately stated rule on the taxability of gross receipts and how transactions may be structured to minimize the imposition of tax.

The Sales and Use Tax Planning Seminar is an intensive two-day immersion into the concepts, problems and planning opportunities involved with sales, use and gross receipts taxes. This course is designed for the beginner to intermediate level practitioner; however, even the most experienced state tax professional will obtain practical ideas and valuable information concerning the latest administrative, judicial and legislative developments in sales and use taxation.

The Interstate Tax Corporation continues to train and update state tax practitioners on how to properly navigate the interstate tax system. The company has dedicated itself to the education of multistate tax professionals in industry, consulting and government.

For more information about the seminar, please follow this link.

For more information about the Interstate Tax Corporation, please click HERE.
 


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