The sales and use tax compliance market is changing due to the decision in the South Dakota vs Wayfair Supreme Court case. States can now broadly require businesses to collect sales tax, even if a business lacks physical presence in the state. Given this new complexity and potential lack of awareness, the demand and opportunity exists for accounting professionals to define their sales and use tax offering.
You have the chance to dive deeper into your advisory relationships, and help clients stay in compliance and plan accordingly. During this session, you will gain insights from an experienced sales tax practitioner, who will share:
How to identify potential sales and use tax compliance clients
Ways in which you should prioritize those clients
The 3 essential steps you can take when working with these clients
1. Gain perspective on the market demands the Wayfair decision has created for sales and use tax compliance.
2. Learn ways in which you can help your business clients with their sales and use tax compliance.
3. Hear how you can prioritize the work that needs to be done for sales and use tax clients.