Reducing risk with a voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA)
Businesses can receive benefits by proactively disclosing unreported or underreported sales and use tax liabilities. Entering into a voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA) with a state can reduce your risk of being audited, help you avoid substantial penalties, and lower the amount you owe.
Watch this webinar to learn if a VDA could be right for your business.
- The benefits of voluntary disclosure programs and how they work
- Eligibility requirements and why it’s important to be proactive
- Frequently asked questions, like whether you should register prior to starting a VDA
- How Avalara can help your business with the application and reporting process