Date

Start Date:
12/20/2022
Start Time:
1:00 PM EST
End Date:
12/20/2022
End Time:
2:30 PM EST

Contact

Name:
Tatisa Joiner
Phone:
312-701-1800 ext 3
Email

Determining how sales and use tax apply to software and digital goods can be intimidating for even experienced tax professionals, and with good reason. Companies across the board are constantly developing new software and digital products for the market and the result is a rapidly evolving tax landscape.  

Sales of software and digital goods can be taxed differently on a state-by-state basis as states work to understand new technologies, define them, and ultimately, tax them. 

For example, the way in which software is delivered (tangible vs. electronically vs. remotely accessed) and whether it’s prewritten or custom can mean the difference between the sale being taxable or exempt. 

Another relatively recent development that states are beginning to explore is the taxation of cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). New laws and regulations include allowing for commercial cryptocurrency mining operations to apply for an exemption certificate for purchases of electricity. 

You need to understand the differences in how these products are taxed no matter if you work on the buyer or seller side of software and digital good transactions. This webinar will teach you how to manage sales tax correctly for these transactions so you can avoid costly errors and increased audit risk.  

This webinar is intended for financial and operations personnel—including tax, general accounting, accounts payable, sales, tax technology, purchasing and credit—who deal with sales and use tax as part of their responsibilities. The webinar is also intended for those who make sales or purchases of software and digital good products. The course is also designed for general practitioners, with minimal to no experience. 

 

Who should attend? 

This webinar is intended for financial and operations personnel—including tax, general accounting, accounts payable, sales, tax technology, purchasing and credit—who deal with sales and use tax as part of their responsibilities. The webinar is also intended for those who make sales or purchases of software and digital good products. The course is also designed for general practitioners, with minimal to no experience. 

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Fee:

$175