Automation: A Company's Best Ally Against Sales Tax Audits

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Sales and use tax management is a challenge for every business, and there can be major financial repercussions if a taxing agency questions the figures. Automated solutions help businesses improve their reporting and workflow processes so they can comply with the myriad of sales and use tax laws and stand up to any audit examination. Read this white paper to learn about the problems with manual management, an inside look at audits and what auditors really look for, hidden costs of not putting the proper emphasis on reporting and compliance, and the benefits of automation solutions for sales and use tax.

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