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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

HMB's David Hughes to Speak at STI Advanced Sales and Use Tax Workshop


May 27-29, 2015

The Melrose Georgetown Hotel

2430 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, DC 20037


Advanced Sales and Use Tax Workshop

Designed for sales tax specialists, this live workshop will offer a facilitator-presented current issue followed by an in-depth, participant-wide discussion. Participants should have an intermediate understanding of sales and use tax concepts and a basic understanding of all scheduled course topics.

The prerequisite for this 23-CPE-hour course is four years (or equivalent) sales tax experience, but no advance preparation is required.Discussion topics include:

  • Thinking Outside the Box - Finding Hidden Exemptions

  • Protesting an Audit Assessment

  • Nexus: Analyzing Your Activities - A Case Study

  • Sales Tax on Services

  • Taxation of Software and the Cloud

  • Taxation of Advertising & Marketing Materials

  • Update on Remote Collection, Click-Through Nexus, Affiliate Nexus, and SST

  • Legislative Updates

For more information and to register, visit the Sales Tax Institute website.
David A. Hughes is a partner in Horwood Marcus & Berk's State and Local Tax (SALT) Group. David's clients, who range from multinational corporations to individuals, all have one thing in common: the need to limit their state and local tax exposure either through planning or litigation. David advises clients on how to structure their business to reduce their state tax liabilities and he also defends clients in audits, administrative proceedings and court against tax assessments.


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