Chris T. Lutz and Robert Peters, Managing Director, State Tax at Duff and Phelps will discuss the many ways states characterize and tax digital goods and transactions in this upcoming webinar.
As technology evolves, states find themselves increasingly playing catch-up with the digital economy and often applying outdated sales tax concepts to cutting edge technology. They will focus on how these new developments compare to the parameters established by the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and identify compliance insights along the way.
After this session, attendees will be able to:
- Understand the different approaches states are taxing regarding the taxability of digital products and services for sales tax purposes
- Know the outcome of recent decisions and administrative rulings addressing digital products and services
- Proactively address potential sourcing and compliance issues related to digital products and services