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Sales and Use Tax in Kentucky National Business Institute Seminar


Accounting for sales and use taxes can be one of the most complicated and frustrating tasks accountants and lawyers tackle. States are cracking down on these taxes and yet the laws and definitions are as ambiguous as ever. Interstate and e-commerce sales are the norm today, but do you know exactly which transactions require taxing and reporting to the Department of Revenue and IRS?

Join Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Tax & Employee Benefits practice group chair Mark A. Loyd at the “Sales and Use Tax in Kentucky” National Business Institute Seminar on Nov. 4. The seminar will address the best practices when accounting for sales and use tax. Attendees will learn how to decipher whether or not a business has nexus in a state and identify what products and sales are exempt from sales tax; legally report tax information; and resolve tax disputes.

Sessions topics include:

  • Reviewing Recent Developments;
  • Complying with and Enforcing Sales and Use Tax;
  • Identifying Tax Exemptions and Exclusions;
  • Understanding State Sales and Use Tax; and
  • Answering Your Real World Questions - Q&A Session.

Loyd will present two sessions during this one-day seminar. The first, “Clarifying Nexus Confusion,” will focus on judicial interpretations of "solicitation," economic presence vs. physical presence, nexus checklist, independent contractor issues and much more. The second, “Resolving Sales and Use Tax Disputes,” will address audit procedures and managed audits, penalties and pre-assessment interest, criminal penalties, remission of penalties and payments under protest.

This seminar has been approved for 6.5 KY CLE credits, 8.0 CPE credits and 8.0 Financial Planners credits.

Event Details

What: NBI Seminar: Sales and Use Tax in Kentucky

Where: Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Louisville
100 South Second Street
Louisville, KY 40202

When: November 6, 2015   8:30 a.m. – 4:40 p.m.

Cost: $339

The National Business Institute is dedicated to providing practical, skill-based CLE seminars and online CLE courses that apply to daily work and the latest developments across the nation. From national webcasts to in-person seminars held across the country, they offer a full range of training formats.

To see the full program schedule and to register, please visit the NBI website.

To learn more about Mark A. Loyd and his practice, please visit his profile.


Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Louisville

100 South Second Street

Louisville, KY 40202

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