Sales and Use Tax is governed at the state level which complicates matters when practitioners need to deal with multiple jurisdictions.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 27, 2012
Tax rules are always changing—an inevitable part of the tax practitioner’s existence. Sales and Use Tax is governed at the state level which complicates matters even more when practitioners need to deal with multiple jurisdictions.
CPE Link has released six courses--each focused on state-specific sales and use tax policies. States include California, New York, Texas, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Arizona. Each of these courses discusses the highly variable taxing policies from two perspectives: what the specific state under discussion does, and what the general practices are throughout the U.S. This gives the learner some context for understanding how the rules are more generally applied. Topics covered include the “golden rules” of sales & use tax, commonly asked questions, taxing policies, major industry-specific policies, and state-specific policies.
The presenter, Jim Frazier, CPA is president of Take Charge Seminars, a training company specializing in sales and use taxes. Since 2005, he has been writing and publishing one of the few sales tax blogs in the world, The Sales Tax Guy.
These courses are in popular on-demand webcast format. Users can view the recorded webcast at their own pace (using fast forward and rewind controls). In addition, supporting materials are available for download.
CPE Link is a provider of online CPE for CPAs, EAs, RTRPs, CMAs, CFPs and other financial professionals. Practitioners can choose from a broad curriculum of 400 live webcast topics each year and over 700 hours of online self-study. CPE Link is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.