In 2018, the US Supreme Court ruled that physical presence for out-of-state sellers is no longer required. Since the ruling, states have been stepping up their sales tax collection efforts, issuing hundreds of new laws and requirements for businesses of all sizes. What can you do to make sure sales tax surprises don’t derail your company’s growth?
Knowing where, when, why, and how to comply with sales tax collection and filing requirements is complicated. Join us to find out what fast-growing businesses need to do to help enable their compliance in this new era of sales tax. You will leave armed with five things you need to do to get sales tax right.
George A. Famalett, Tax Partner, PwC TaxVerse
George is a Tax Partner for PwC in San Jose, Ca., with responsibilities as National Indirect Tax Practice leader and the Tax Leader for the Bay Area Pacific Northwest State and Local Practice. As a member of the State and Local Tax Practice, he provides tax consulting services on an array of domestic tax issues to a wide range of technology, telecommunications, financial industry and consumer product clients. These issues include: applicability of indirect taxes to service offerings, telecommunications tax consulting, acquisitions and expansions, due diligence and inbound indirect tax consulting.
George currently serves as the President of the California Board of Accountancy, which regulates 100,000 California CPAs. George has his J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. He received his MS in Taxation from Golden Gate University and BS in Business Administration from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo.
Tom Charron, Marketing, PwC TaxVerse
Tom is a product marketing expert who has brought a number of innovative new technologies to market. He leads marketing for TaxVerse, a sales tax automation software from PwC New Ventures. Tom is helping to build awareness of this innovative new cloud-based app that helps fast-growing businesses stay ahead of their sales tax obligations, avoid surprise liabilities, and give themselves the clarity they need to grow their business with confidence.
Tom has an MBA from the University of California Haas School of Business and a BA from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor.
James Melton, Editor, Digital Commerce 360
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