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[Webinar] ​Navigating a changing sales and use tax environment

Join Judy Vorndran and's Matt West on July 10 for a free-CPE panel discussion of steps you can take to help your clients maintain compliance in this turbulent sales and use tax environment. 

Learning Objectives

Ever-changing sales and use tax legislation, combined with the evolving nature of businesses has made it more challenging than ever for business owners to stay up-to-date with regulations. The complexity in navigating changing sales and use tax regulations, along with compliance and reporting, is more burdensome than ever on businesses of all sizes. This creates a marketplace need for CPA firms to help navigate, advise, and consult with their business clients on appropriate sales & use tax issues.

Are you prepared to help your clients comply?

We'll explore the key drivers impacting today’s sales and use tax environment for your clients, including:

  • Pursuit of Additional Tax Revenues
  • Proliferation of E-Commerce
  • Confusion over SUT Implications

We'll also update you on the potential implications of the U.S. Supreme Court hearing of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.

Sponsored by Vertex.

Registration Open at

July 10, 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET / 12:00 - 1:00 pm MT

Cost: Free
CPE Credits: 1.0 hour
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Knowledge Level: Basic
Instructional Method: Group Internet Based
Location: Online
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Judy Vorndran can be reached at or 720.227.0093. Follow Judy on LinkedIn.

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