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Overview:

In 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the state in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. The decision has overruled a long-standing standard allowing states to charge remote sellers for in-state transactions. Consequently, several states have adopted new rules that specify what sets out a tax duty on sales and usage, known as nexus. They have also started to expand the economic nexus standard sanctioned in Wayfair beyond sales tax systems, introducing economic nexus provisions for corporate income taxes.

As complexities cloud this particular area of law, concerned companies need to closely track not only the legal landscape, but also the administration and compliance processes for these transactions.

Our panel of key thought leaders and practitioners will offer a discussion on the important changes surrounding state sales tax. This LIVE Webcast aims to help you understand the changes in the state sales tax after the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Decision. Speakers will also provide best compliance practices and strategies to keep apace with emerging developments.

Key Issues:

  • Overview of the South Dakota v. Wayfair Decision
  • State Sales Tax Post-Wayfair
  • Complexities and Opportunities
  • Compliance Practices and Strategies
  • Outlook

Learning Objectives:

  • Determine trends on states’ implementation of sales/use tax economic nexus and marketplace facilitator collection laws post-Wayfair
  • Identify voluntary disclosure considerations and requirements
  • Recognize issues concerning marketplace facilitator collection rulesnize solutions to FATCA/CRS compliance challenges

Credit:

Course Level:

Intermediate

 

Advance Preparation:

Print and review course materials

 

Method of Presentation:

On-demand Webcast (CLE); Group-Internet Based

 

Prerequisite:

General knowledge of sales tax laws

 

Course Code:

148695

 

NY Category of CLE Credit:

Areas of Professional Practice

 

NASBA Field of Study:

Taxes - Technical

 

Total Credits:

2.0 CLE

2.0 CPE (Not eligible for QAS (On-demand) CPE credits)


How to Claim CLE Credits Per State:

https://knowledgewebcasts.com/how-to-claim-cle-credits-per-state/


CLE State Requirements:

https://knowledgewebcasts.com/cle-state-requirements/

Speaker Panel:

Michael J. Kaupa , Attorney
Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

Michael Kaupa helps clients understand, comply with and solve controversies involving tax laws. He represents taxpayers in all stages of tax disputes, including examinations, administrative appeals and litigation. He has experience representing clients in federal and state tax disputes.

At the federal level, Michael has litigated complex corporate tax matters in the United States Tax Court, including debt and equity characterization of intercompany financing transactions, transfer pricing, and the research and experimentation credit. At the state level, Michael has experience with resolving and litigating disputes involving statutory and constitutional nexus issues, state level research and experimentation credits, apportionment, and sales and use taxes.

Richard Cram , Director, National Nexus Program
Multistate Tax Commission

Richard Cram is the Director of the Multistate Tax Commission’s National Nexus Program in Washington, D.C. The National Nexus Program provides a Multistate Voluntary Disclosure Program that 37 states and the District of Columbia participate in. Cram has recently contributed articles to Tax Analysts State Tax Notes and has presented as a co-panelist at the Georgetown Law School Advanced State and Local Tax Institute and the Paul J. Hartman SALT Forum. Prior to his current position, Cram served for 15 years as the Director of Policy & Research in the Kansas Department of Revenue, and for 2 years as an attorney in the Legal Services Bureau of the Department, in Topeka, Kansas. He has worked as a research attorney for the Kansas Supreme Court, and practiced law as an associate in law firms in Chicago, Illinois and Goodland, Kansas. Cram graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law.  He currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia.

Steven Dimengo , Tax Attorney
Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC

Steven Dimengo is Managing Partner of Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC. His practice includes consultation and representation with respect to federal and Ohio tax law matters. Mr. Dimengo is routinely engaged to structure proposed transactions to obtain optimum tax minimization. He is actively involved in representation before the Ohio Tax Commissioner, the Ohio Board of Tax appeals and the Supreme Court of Ohio, with notable cases including Cincinnati Reds, LLC v. Testa, Great Lakes Bar Control, Inc. v. Testa and Accel, Inc. v. Testa . He is admitted to the United States Tax Court and the Federal District Court. Mr. Dimengo, a certified public accountant, received his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Akron; his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Akron College Of Law and his M.A. degree in taxation from the University of Akron.

Agenda:

SEGMENT 1:

Richard Cram, Director, National Nexus Program

Multistate Tax Commission

  • States’ adoption of “economic nexus” statutes or regulations, effective dates, and pending legislation
  • States’ adoption of marketplace facilitator sales/use tax collection requirements, effective dates, and pending legislation
  • Overview of MTC White Paper on states’ implementation of sales/use tax economic nexus and marketplace facilitator collection laws
  • Overview of NCSL model marketplace facilitator tax collection legislation
  • Brief description of MTC Multistate Voluntary Disclosure Program

SEGMENT 2:

Steven Dimengo, Tax Attorney

Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC

Voluntary Disclosure Considerations and Implementation

  • Evaluating the historic state/local tax exposure.
  • Factors to consider as to whether to pull the trigger on a VDA.
  • Filing for VDAs (consolidated national and/or state specific?)
  • Completing the VDA process (including prospective compliance).

SEGMENT 3:

Michael J. Kaupa, Attorney

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

  • Marketplace facilitator laws - Challenges in determining responsibility for collection and remittance
    • Example case study: online travel company business model
  • Marketplace facilitator laws – broad v. narrow definition of marketplace facilitator
  • Taxing digital services/cloud computing
    • Characterizing the sale
      • Intangible v. tangible personal property sales?
      • Taxable service?
    • Sourcing issues (i.e., where data is stored v. where data is retrieved/used)

Date & Time:

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

12:00 pm to 2:00 pm (ET)

Materials:

Download Course Materials

Who Should Attend:

  • Sales Tax Professionals
  • Tax Directors and Preparers
  • Corporate Tax Counsel
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Financial Controllers
  • In-House and Outside Counsel
  • Certified Public Accountants
  • Retailers, Distributors, Wholesalers
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SPEAKERS

Michael J. Kaupa Attorney
Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Richard Cram Director, National Nexus Program
Multistate Tax Commission
Steven Dimengo Tax Attorney
Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC

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