Lunch & Learn: The Software Sales Tax Myth

Event DATE:
February 18, 2015
12:00 pm
1:30 pm
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One of the most pervasive misconceptions among software companies is that software companies don’t have to charge and remit sales tax on software sales. In reality, many states do require companies to charge sales tax, both for on-premise licenses and software-as-a-service, and failure to do so can expose the company to substantial financial losses and potentially derail future transactions. So how do you make sure your software company is following sales tax law?
Join Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP’sJeff Glickman, partner-in-charge of the State and Local Tax practice, and Rob Casey, partner in the Audit practice, for a lunch & learn that will cover everything you need to know about state sales tax.
During their presentation, you’ll learn:

  • How to determine whether your software product is taxable
  • What nexus is and how it relates to whether you need to collect and remit sales tax
  • How you can limit your potential sales tax exposure

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Lunch will be provided, thanks HA&W!