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Most Costly Sales and Use Tax Compliance Errors

When filing and paying sales and use tax returns in multiple jurisdictions, compliance is easy right?  You just collect the tax from your customers and remit it to the jurisdictions and it doesn't cost a thing.  Wrong!  There are many factors that...

How to Avoid Putting Yourself at Risk of Sales Tax Compliance Disruptions

Document, document, document!  The best way to manage risk associated with potential disruptions (turnover, personnel changing roles, or acquisitions) within your sales tax department is to maintain thorough documentation of your department’s ...

Recommended Sales Tax Beach Reads

Sales tax compliance often takes a back seat to income tax compliance.  While you work to reduce your effective income tax rate, sales tax liability may be growing exponentially.  If left unchecked for too long, sales tax can have a significant...

TaxConnex, LLC and The CommLaw Group Deliver Telecom Tax Presentation to the Cloud Communications Alliance

Leading telecom tax and regulatory firms, TaxConnex and The CommLaw Group, recently presented to members of the Cloud Communications Alliance (CCA).  The presentation focused on the tax and regulatory hurdles facing Cloud Communications service...

Interviewing Your Sales Tax Outsourcing Provider Will Enhance Success

I’m often surprised at how rarely a company requests to interview their primary point of contact when they are considering sales tax outsourcing.  It seems like a natural thing to do but why does it not happen?  I believe a lot of companies are...

Where Do You Find a Great Sales Tax CPA? Ask the Purple Dinosaur.

We live in such a challenging environment these days, and none are more challenged than a CPA during income tax season.  I often speak to CPAs about how they deal with the grind, and every so often one of them says "I've had it!"  Usually it's not...

CPAs and Sales Tax - A Curious Conundrum

It's rare that I attend a meeting of business executives without hearing a "humorous" sales tax horror story from one of them.  Usually they're trying to emphasize the ridiculous nature of the hoops they have to jump through to achieve compliance,...