Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
APEX Analytix today announced a new webinar that advises companies how to prepare for a “sales and use tax” audit and minimize their audit exposure.
“Six Steps to Minimize Your Sales & Use Tax Exposure” is scheduled for 1 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday, June 26. Led by Jim Janos, director of sales and use tax services for APEX Analytix, and by David Bunnell, the company’s senior tax audit advisor, the webinar will cover:
“Today’s economy has stretched state treasuries to the breaking point, causing state tax auditors to become more aggressive in their collection efforts,” Janos says. “Public officials aren’t going to spend time looking for ways that taxes might have been overpaid. Instead companies need to take a best practices-based approach to ensuring they pay what they owe – and only what they owe.”
Janos is a certified member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation and has spent more than two decades working in the corporate tax departments of large Fortune 100 companies.
Bunnell also has significant experience in the recovery audit field, specializing in sales and use tax, overpayment recoveries, and use of APEX Analytix FirstStrike® software for continuous monitoring of accounts payable.
The June 26 session on taxes is part of the APEX Expert™ Webinar Series. Each webinar covers innovative best practices and is offered free of charge.
To register, visit APEX Analytix online at: http://www.apexanalytix.com/apex-expert/webinars.aspx.
About APEX Analytix
APEX Analytix helps companies maximize their profitability and safeguard disbursements globally. Our innovative people, processes and FirstStrike® technology have transformed the audit recovery industry, saving our clients billions and making APEX Analytix the world’s leading provider of recovery audit, overpayment detection and risk analysis services. For more information, visit http://www.apexanalytix.com.
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