Unequivocally, IPT’s Sales Tax Symposium is the year’s most widely anticipated educational program focused on sales tax topics. The symposium is known for delivering an in-depth look at the latest sales & use tax issues, providing updates on state and regional legislative changes and trends, and presenting insight for managing the complexities of sales taxation.
The symposium features over 40 general and breakout sessions constructed and delivered by industry leaders who provide best practices to help tackle the issues sales tax professionals face daily. The agenda is anchored by sessions that give perspective on long-standing and emerging sales & use tax issues and provide strategies and solutions for navigating these.
The symposium’s sessions also focus on specific industries, provide guidance on the operational aspects of tax departments, and examine data & technological trends.
Monday, October 2nd
12:45 pm – 2:00pm (repeated at 2:15 pm– 3:00 pm)
James Brian Sweeney, Manager, DuCharme, McMillen & Associates, Inc.
Aliza L. Sherman, Esq., Of Council, Stevens & Lee
A practical perspective in a post Wayfair world. Now that every state has a Wayfair threshold, this session will discuss how to navigate multistate sales tax responsibilities. After attending this session, the participants will be able to:
- Prioritize state and local filing obligations based on various risks
- Develop optimal compliance strategies
- Communicate nexus risks to the C-suite