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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

HMB's Jordan Goodman to Participate in Sales Tax Institute Webinar on Ethical Sales Tax Practices

Ethical Sales Tax Practices


July 28, 2015 / 12:00pm - 1:30 CST (Central Time Zone)

Ethical issues in the work place are being scrutinized by the government, investors, customers, vendors, the press, our peers, law enforcement and more. Ignorance will not necessarily keep you from personally being prosecuted in a civil and criminal court. It is important for tax professionals, as well as corporate managers and owners, to know the potential consequences for failure to properly report and remit sales and use taxes.

Maintaining a code of ethics is vital to success as a working professional, especially when it comes to sales tax. When working in the world of sales and use tax, you are often confronted by situations that fall into a legal grey area. Join Jordan Goodman of Horwood Marcus & Berk and sales tax expert Diane Yetter of the Sales Tax Institute on July 28, 2015 for a live webinar that will engage with you on how to evaluate ethical scenarios specific to sales tax.

You will walk away from this online workshop having:

  • Explored a range of different ethical scenarios and learn how to navigate these potential situations in real life
  • Discovered how the rules that determine who can be held liable vary from state to state
  • Learned about the liabilities of managers, officers and other responsible parties
  • Become aware of the different organizations that have the authority to review your actions for ethical considerations and more!

Register to save your seat today! 

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