Prepare for Sales and Use Tax Regulation Changes in 2021 - Argyle Executive Forum Events Prepare for Sales and Use Tax Regulation Changes in 2021 - Argyle Executive Forum Events


Finance leaders can expect that in 2021, the conditions that can trigger sales and use tax audits will change significantly. But what finance leaders cannot predict is how federal, state, and local taxing jurisdictions will revise sales and use tax rules to address unprecedented revenue shortfalls in response to the pandemic. The unpredictability of the pandemic, and its effects on the finances of all levels of government, will require that every company factor in risks of sales and use tax audits as part of their strategic plans.

By attending this webinar, you will learn:

  • What types of changes to sales and use tax regulations companies need to look out for,
  • Why companies are more likely than ever to be subject to sales and use tax audits,
  • How advances in technology are accelerating the speed with which companies recognize and respond to audit triggers, and
  • How to embed sales and use tax technology into your overall business strategy for 2021.
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Attend this webinar and earn FREE Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credit

Field of Study: Taxes
Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: None
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s): 1

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