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This basic-to-intermediate level program is designed for professionals dealing with the gross receipts tax: Attorneys, CPAs and Accountants, CFOs, Controllers, Accounts Payable Professionals
Gross Receipts and Compensating Taxes in New Mexico
Stay in Compliance With Gross Receipts Tax Regulations
Handling the gross receipts tax is rarely simple with its multiple levels of taxation. You need to stay abreast of new ways businesses can control the amount of taxes they pay, while keeping up to date with changing legislation. This seminar will provide you with an overview of the gross receipts tax, relevant issues and tax strategies. Register today!
Understand the fundamental principles of gross receipts and compensating taxes in New Mexico.
Claim key exemptions: don't miss any important details that can save your clients money.
Avoid penalties for non-compliance by following registration, permit and reporting requirements.
Build your industry-specific knowledge so you can tailor your advice to a diversified client base.
Help clients reclaim lost profits from excessive taxation with detailed knowledge of the process.
Minimize tax exposure by staying current with regulatory changes.
Let our distinguished faculty be your guide: get answers to your tough questions to expand your knowledge.
Understanding Gross Receipts and Compensating Taxes 9:00 - 10:15, Richard L. Anklam and Timothy Van Valen
Gross Receipts Tax is a Seller-Based Tax
Property-Real, Tangible and Intangible
Mixed Sales of Goods and Services
Exemptions, Deductions, Credits and Incentives 10:30 - 11:30, Richard L. Anklam and Timothy Van Valen
Complying With and Enforcing Gross Receipts and Compensating Taxes 11:30 - 12:30, Richard L. Anklam and Timothy Van Valen
Forms, Applications and Nontaxable Transaction Certificates
Pitfalls in Recordkeeping and Documentation
Administrative Review and Appeals
Taxpayer's Bill of Rights
Selected Core Industry Issues and Considerations 1:30 - 2:15, Richard L. Anklam and Timothy Van Valen
Research and Development
Transferring a Business or Assets
Gross Receipts and Compensating Tax Disputes 2:15 - 3:15, Richard L. Anklam and Timothy Van Valen
Statutes of Limitation
Audit Procedures and Managed Audits
Penalties and Interest
Abatement of Penalties
Dealing with Aggressive Collection Activity
Recent Developments 3:30 - 4:00, Richard L. Anklam and Timothy Van Valen
Constitutional Basis for Imposition of Sales/Use Tax, State/Federal
Nexus - what is it, how do you get it, and trends?
The Streamlined Sales Tax Project, Marketplace Fairness Act, and what they could mean for NM
Recent New Mexico Tax Law Changes
How to Keep Up With Changing Obligations
Legislative and Administrative Developments
Stump the Band - Audience Questions and Answers of the Experts 4:00 - 4:30, Richard L. Anklam and Timothy Van Valen