Total Credits: 2 including 2 Taxes - Technical
The U.S. Supreme Court reversed Quill’s “bright-line” physical presence requirement, substituting instead a case-by-case analysis that focuses less on the remote sellers’ circumstances and more on how the States’ laws and compliance processes may unduly burden remote sellers in general. Attend this session to learn an analytical framework for evaluating your clients’ potential compliance obligations in the States where the sell. We’ll also discuss scalability of existing IT Systems, required processes for reporting and certificate maintenance, voluntary disclosure and financial reporting concerns.
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Jimmy Martens is a trial and appellate attorney who specializes in challenging Texas franchise and sales tax assessments during audits, in administrative hearings, and in the state courts of Texas. He is the course instructor for TXCPA’s statewide courses on the Texas franchise (margin) tax and the Texas sales & use tax. He is also a CPA and board certified in Tax Law. He may be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at 512-542-9898.
Claire Galley is a litigation associate who assists taxpayers with state tax audit challenges and refund claims before the State Office of Administrative Hearings, in state district court, and on appeal. Ms. Galley is a licensed member of both the Texas bar and Louisiana bar and joins other members of the firm in writing about and presenting on state tax topics.
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