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How to scale sales tax compliance across multiple states
Tips to streamline sales tax management when you're on the hook in 2 or more states
No one likes managing sales tax. But it’s a growing obligation for many businesses, especially now that 43 states require out-of-state sellers to tax remote sales. Even making as little as $100,000 of sales into a state can be enough to trigger tax obligations, meaning more businesses are on the hook in more states.
How's a business to keep up with these rising requirements? Managing sales tax in one state is hard enough, but multiply that by two or more states, and it drastically changes your compliance strategy. It's a juggling act of varying tax rates, nexus rules, and return deadlines.
If your business is required to collect and remit sales tax in multiple states, we’re dedicating our next webinar to helping you scale your efforts. Our tax expert John Perri will reveal tips to streamline sales tax management so you can reduce the burden on your staff and free up time for higher-value projects.
Join us on Tuesday, February 11, to learn:
- How to determine when you’ve triggered nexus (an obligation to collect sales tax) in a state
- Tips for monitoring the registration and filing process in multiple locations
- How to streamline the growing tax remittance process for your business
- Common mistakes to avoid falling out of compliance
If you’re required to collect sales tax in more than one state, you won’t want to miss this valuable information. Save your seat today!
Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time: 11:00 a.m. Pacific time/2:00 p.m. ET
Duration: 45 minutes + Q&A
About the speaker
John Perri, Director of Sales, Avalara
John is an accomplished professional in sales, sales management, and business development. He has a broad range of technology-focused sales experience, including cloud-based software, business process improvement software, and compliance services. John manages sales and strategic development across all NetSuite business lines in North America.