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Event Date Wed Apr 27 EDT (28 days ago)
Location Online
Region All

During the pandemic, states experienced sizeable growth in tax revenue triggered by consumer on-line spending. Factors that contributed to this result include the impact of tax legislation adopted by the states following the Wayfair decision addressing collection of remote/on-line sales, and states expanding their sales tax bases to include digital products/services. In today’s digital economy, tax compliance can no longer be considered an administrative nuisance. The multistate digital rules have resulted in significant complexity, with the costs of non-compliance potentially severe. This session will discuss the landscape of digital sales taxation – with particular focus on SaaS, digital video, cryptocurrencies & NFTs, and digital advertising – and practical takeaways to survive the myriad of state compliance requirements.

Learning objectives:
• Recognize major digital sales/use taxation developments during 2021/2022
• Analyze issues faced by providers of SaaS, digital video, cryptocurrencies & NFTs, and digital advertising
• Define technical and practical state compliance requirements for digital goods/services


2022 Speakers

Kevin Herzberg
Partner, SALT, Grant Thornton LLP

Michael Cronin
Partner, SALT, Grant Thornton LLP

Brian Howsare
Senior Manager, SALT, Grant Thornton LLP