Don't overlook essential tax exemptions - secure crucial tax strategies today!Manufacturers may qualify for numerous exemptions and exclusions from sales and use tax, which may greatly reduce overall costs. However, increasing comptroller scrutiny can put you at risk. Failure to meet all of the documentation requirements may result in the assessment of tax, penalties and interest. This course will cover the sales and use tax requirements and benefits for manufacturers doing business in Texas, along with many of the common opportunities and pitfalls that frequently surprise businesses operating in the manufacturing industry. Attend this informative seminar and sharpen your skills to learn ways to operate within the rules to reduce sales and use tax liabilities. Develop better, more accurate reporting skills - keep your business audit-ready and in compliance. Benefits for You Machinery, equipment, inventory and consumed materials - learn what's exempt and what's not Learn the exemption and taxability requirements for containers used in connection with manufacturing Learn about recent changes to the administrative rules for direct pay permit holders Stay up-to-date with recent judicial, legislative and administrative changes Discover how to maintain documentation to facilitate audit preparedness Learning Objectives You will be able to discuss collection and reporting responsibilities. You will be able to review voluntary disclosures. You will be able to identify categories of taxable services. You will be able to discuss how to contest audit results.
Who Should Attend?
This seminar is designed for controllers, CFOs, tax managers and officers, enrolled agents, purchasing agents and buyers, inventory managers, bookkeepers and accountants.
Continuing Education Units
CAC 1.0 ISM 6.5 CPE 8.0 including Taxes 8
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