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This basic-to-intermediate level program is designed for: Accountants, Controllers, Accounts Payable Managers, Purchasing Managers, Accounts Receivable Managers, Tax Managers, Tax Attorneys

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This seminar will bring you up to date on best practices when accounting for sales and use tax. (see full course description)

 

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Sales and Use Tax in Kansas - State Specific Sales and Use Tax Seminar

Know the Latest Compliance Requirements and Developments

Accounting for sales and use taxes can be one of the most complicated and frustrating tasks accountants and lawyers tackle. States are cracking down on these taxes and yet the laws and definitions are as ambiguous as ever. Interstate and e-commerce sales are the norm today, but do you know exactly which transactions require taxing and reporting to the Department of Revenue and IRS? Don't just hope your clients stay under the government's radar; proactively ensure you are complying with the myriad of regulations. This seminar will bring you up to date on best practices when accounting for sales and use tax. Learn how to decipher whether or not a business has nexus in a state and identify what products and sales are exempt from sales tax; legally report tax information and resolve tax disputes. Back taxes and penalties can be costly for any business - don't leave your clients liable. Register today!

  • Understand the latest federal and state developments regarding sales and use tax enforcement.
  • Review how interstate and e-commerce sales have complicated reporting requirements.
  • Be able to confidently identify when your business has nexus in a state.
  • Review how physical presence and economic presence can impact your taxes.
  • Know the unique filing requirements for your state.
  • Avoid common record-keeping errors that can be costly for your business to remedy.
  • Recognize why and how to claim tax exemptions.
  • Avoid expensive penalties or criminal charges associated with default or fraudulent reporting.
  • Understand how large sales or transfers of businesses can impact your taxes.


  • Reviewing Recent Developments
    8:30 - 9:15, Written by S. Lucky DeFries, Richard E. Lenza, James M. Matthews and William B. Prugh.
    Presented by S. Lucky DeFries, Richard E. Lenza, James M. Matthews and William B. Prugh in Overland Park and Bryan Elmore and Tina Lee in Wichita.

    • Recent Developments
    • Constitutional Basis for Impositions of Sales/Use Tax, State/Federal
    • The Streamlined Sales Tax Project
    • The Marketplace Fairness Act
    • How to Keep Up With Changing Obligations
  • Understanding State Sales and Use Tax
    9:15 - 10:15, Written by James M. Matthews.
    Presented by James M. Matthews in Overland Park and Bryan Elmore and Tina Lee in Wichita.

    • Taxable Good and Services
    • Interstate Sales by Kansas and Non-Kansas Vendors
    • Drop Shipment Transactions
    • Taxation of Leasing Transactions
  • Clarifying Nexus Confusion
    10:30 - 11:30, Written by James M. Matthews.
    Presented by James M. Matthews in Overland Park and Bryan Elmore and Tina Lee in Wichita.

    • "Red Herrings" in the Sales/Use Tax Nexus Analysis
    • Why a Retailer's Participation in the Kansas Version of the SSUTA Makes Part of this Topic Irrelevant...
    • National Bellas Hess, Quill & the Evolution of "Physical Presence"
    • Statutory vs. Constitutional Nexus - Are They the Same?
    • Kansas Statutes & Regulations - An Out-of-State Seller's Low Hanging Fruit - Counting Contacts & Other Physical Presence Iterations
    • Attributional Nexus Through Affiliates, Agents and Other Third Parties - In-State Sales or Solicitation Activities - Norton, Scripto, Typler Pipe, National Geographic, Family of Eagles, Scholastic Book & Other Guidance
    • Attributional Nexus Through Affiliates, Agents and Other Third Parties - In-State Activities Not Involving Sales or Soliciation - Warranty Repairs, In-State Supplies, Contract Carriers & Other Guidance
    • Nexus Expansion Elsewhere - Amazon ("click-through nexus") laws, Flash Nexus, Colorado's Vendor Reporting Requirement
  • Complying With and Enforcing Sales and Use Tax
    11:30 - 12:30, Written by William B. Prugh.
    Presented by William B. Prugh in Overland Park and Bryan Elmore and Tina Lee in Wichita.

    • Forms, Applications and Certificates
    • Filing Requirements
    • Pitfalls in Recordkeeping and Documentation
    • Administrative Review and Appeals
    • Ruling Requests
    • Offers in Compromise
    • Taxpayer's Bill of Rights
  • Identifying Tax Exemptions and Exclusions
    1:30 - 2:15, Written by William B. Prugh.
    Presented by William B. Prugh in Overland Park and Bryan Elmore and Tina Lee in Wichita.

    • Who and What is Exempt?
    • How to Claim Exemptions
  • Resolving Sales and Use Tax Disputes
    2:30 - 3:30, Written by S. Lucky DeFries and Richard E. Lenza.
    Presented by S. Lucky DeFries and Richard E. Lenza in Overland Park and Bryan Elmore and Tina Lee in Wichita.

    • Audit Procedures and Managed Audits
    • Penalties and Pre-Assessment Interest
    • Criminal Penalties
    • Remission of Penalties
    • Dealing with Aggressive Collection Activity
    • Payments Under Protest
  • Transferring a Business or Assets
    3:30 - 4:40, Written by S. Lucky DeFries and Richard E. Lenza.
    Presented by S. Lucky DeFries and Richard E. Lenza in Overland Park and Bryan Elmore and Tina Lee in Wichita.

    • Formation of Business
    • Asset Transfers
    • Stock Transfers
    • Business Reorganizations
    • Successor Liability
    • Casual Sale Exemption

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