Webinar: Sales Tax Institute & Sovos on U.S. Software & Cloud Taxation Decoded

This webinar is hosted by the Sales Tax Institute.

Date: February 21, 2019

Time: 1:00 PM EST

CPE: 1.5 credits, Cost: $175

Contact us at info@sovos.com for a free registration code.

States across the country have been enacting legislative changes that determine how they characterize sales of software, cloud computing and digital goods for sales tax purposes. Are you aware of the changes taking place across the states? If not, you may be subjecting yourself to significant audit risk.

In addition to the different states’ rules regarding taxation of software and the cloud, software maintenance agreements bring further complications. The method of delivery and the manner in which the maintenance agreement is sold often has an impact on the sale’s taxability. Understanding how software-related services is another crucial piece of the puzzle.

For sellers of software and related services, the webinar will cover the importance of distinguishing the different services you are providing so you aren’t creating a tax obligation unnecessarily.

We’ll also cover practical issues such as contract and invoice language, documentation of delivery method, and sourcing rules.

In this 90-minute live webinar, sales tax expert Diane Yetter of the Sales Tax Institute and Charles Maniace, Director of Regulatory Analysis at Sovos, will teach you the different ways that software, cloud computing, and related services can be taxed. You’ll learn about important recent legislative changes regarding software and the cloud across the states. You’ll also learn about exemptions that are available for software purchases, so you can take advantage of cost-savings opportunities.

Register today for this webinar hosted by our partner, Sales Tax Institute and presenter, Diane Yetter, and Sovos’ Charles Maniace.

 

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