Use Tax Accrual: Managing Systems and Personnel to Address Tax Risk
Recording of a 110-minute CPE webinar with Q&A
This teleconference will provide tax staff and managers with effective approaches to review use tax accrual policies and procedures to improve compliance and minimize risk of an audit assessment.
- Staff policies and procedures with regard to use tax accrual
- Improved interactions with systems
- Leveraging tools such as direct pay permits to best use
- Special issues with use tax accruals for particular industries, due to evolving tax law
The panel will explore these and other relevant topics:
- Identifying staff members to assign primary responsibility for tracking use tax, and setting policies and procedures for them.
- Implementing more effective procedures to work with AP and GL systems on use tax accrual.
- Structuring a better approach with vendor tax validation.
- Leveraging tools such as direct pay permits.
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Michael T. Dillon
Dillon Tax Consulting
Mr. Dillon is an attorney specializing in multistate sales and use tax matters for multistate and multinational... | Read More
Mr. Dillon is an attorney specializing in multistate sales and use tax matters for multistate and multinational businesses. For more than 20 years, as leader of his firm, practice leader for global accounting firms and in-house for two publicly-traded technology companies, Mike has successfully helped companies identify multistate nexus, negotiate settlements of historical exposure, register and automate sales and use tax compliance processes, and address risk during M&A activity. Mike has successfully represented taxpayers in over 200 sales tax audits, often coming in when “all hope is lost” to beneficially resolve the matter. He is highly sought to lecture and opine on sales tax matters.Close
He leads the firm’s State and Local Tax Practice and has more than 20 years of SALT experience. Previously in... | Read More
He leads the firm’s State and Local Tax Practice and has more than 20 years of SALT experience. Previously in his career, he worked as a Texas state auditor and for three Big Four firms.Close