COVID-19 tax relief updates: The latest tax breaks offered to businesses
How governments are supporting businesses in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread globally, businesses of all sizes have been impacted, some required to temporarily suspend service and/or change the way they operate entirely. Governments worldwide are trying to figure out the best way to help these businesses and bolster the slowing economy.
To help you navigate your way through these uncertain times, we're providing regular updates on the tax relief options available to those affected by the coronavirus. Listen in to our 30-minute session with Diane Yetter, founder of The Sales Tax Institute and president of Yetter Tax, to learn the latest on these rapidly changing efforts.
- The steps being taken by governments across the globe to reduce the burden of COVID-19 on businesses, including reduced tax rates
- Details on tax extensions being offered in the U.S.
- How your business can take advantage of these relief efforts today
Understanding options for financial relief is critical during these stressful times. Watch the on-demand webinar to learn more.
Duration: 30 minutes (including live Q&A)
About the speaker
Diane Yetter, Founder of Yetter Tax and The Sales Tax Institute
Diane L. Yetter is the “Sales Tax Nerd®” as well as a strategist, advisor, speaker and author in the field of sales and use tax. She is president of YETTER Tax, a sales tax consulting and tax technology firm. She is also the founder of The Sales Tax Institute, which offers live and online courses to educate business professionals about sales and use tax.
Diane works with clients of all sizes and in myriad industries to deliver sales tax services ranging from tax technology to tax policy and planning and training. She also regularly partners with other advisors to help them serve their clients. Prior to founding the company in 1996, Diane was a tax professional for Arthur Andersen, Quaker Oats and the Kansas Department of Revenue.