Gain a better understanding of Illinois sales and use tax obligations.
Many tax managers and accountants are not up to date with recent legislative and judicial changes regarding Illinois sales use tax. These tax practitioners also often do not understand the Illinois sales use tax audit process as it relates to their companies or clients. This topic helps these persons gain a better understanding of Illinois sales use tax changes, issues, and audits. Failure to have this knowledge of Illinois sales use tax could cost your company or client money at a time when the State of Illinois is aggressively pursuing Illinois businesses for tax revenues. This topic is critical for tax managers and accountants who want to better represent their company or clients with Illinois sales use tax matters.
James E. Dickett, J.D., CPA - Law Office of James E. Dickett, Ltd.
- You will be able to discuss the hot topics in 2018 regarding Illinois sales use tax.
- You will be able to describe common Illinois sales use tax issues and audits applicable to your company or clients.
- You will be able to explain the framework and procedure of an Illinois sales use tax audit for your company or clients.
- You will be able to review a wide variety of Illinois sales and use tax issues which will be valuable to your company or clients.
Who Should Attend:
- Accounts Payable Professionals
- Tax Managers
- Vice Presidents
- Tax Preparers
Key Topics Covered:
- Hot Topics in 2018 for Illinois Sales and Use Tax
- Legislative/Judicial Developments
- Practice/Procedural Developments
- Personnel Developments at the Illinois Department of Revenue
- Common Illinois Sales and Use Tax Issues
- Construction Contractors
- Manufacturing Machinery and Equipment Exemption
- Illinois Sales and Use Tax Audits
- Desk/Field Audits
- Current Audit Targets
- Procedure for Unagreed Audits
- Business/Individual Income Tax Consequences of Sales/Use Tax Audits
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