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The Case for Automating Tax Fulfillment

Source: Anybill
Companies need to invest in the smart automation of the tax fulfillment process to avoid penalties, minimize overhead costs, and take a step closer to full automation of the tax compliance process. Learn more.


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The Definitive Guide to Sales and Use Tax
Source: Avalara Sales tax compliance is becoming a sticky wicket, as state and local governments revise tax laws to increase revenue, and Congress considers granting states the authority to make remote sellers charge sales tax. This Definitive Guide lays out sales and use tax basics as well as commonly misunderstood elements of sales tax compliance, to provide you a one-stop reference for all things sales and use tax related. The last two sections include a state-by-state summary of sales tax rules and regulations, and a glossary of terms. Read More...
Automating the Exemption Certificate Lifecycle
Source: Avalara Savvy finance and IT leaders are delivering business value by implementing exemption certificate management (ECM) software to automate the collection and management of certificates and integrating this software with their ERP/billing and tax decision software. The most powerful ECM solutions can handle the collection and management of certificates in direct, retail, e-commerce, POS, and tele-sales channels simultaneously and in real time. By connecting these systems, each is able to share critical data needed to reduce non-taxed transaction audit risk, increase staff productivity, and improve the exempt customer purchase experience. Read More...
The Wild, Wild Web—Conquering New Sales Tax Frontiers in the Cloud
Source: Avalara When it comes to sales tax revenue, states are striking out to conquer new frontiers. Tech firms are breaking new ground with online software and services, yet states are moving about as fast as wagon trains to keep pace with relevant and timely tax laws. The result is a virtual wasteland of ambiguity. This begs the question, as a technology vendor, where do you draw the line on sales tax? Read More...


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Road Map to Developing a Successful Tax Policy: Nine Critical Components
Source: Sabrix Sales and use tax compliance is serious business. To reduce your risk of facing a costly audit, you need to invest time and effort up-front by formulating a transaction tax policy. Responding effectively to audits involves knowing about your company, your operations, and your resources. Find out why a tax policy is important to your organization and how to make it part of your business process and procedures. Read More...
Managing Transaction Tax Audit Risk: How to Protect Precious Cash Flow by Proactively Addressing Audits
Source: Sabrix Even in the best economic times, businesses must be vigilant against unnecessary costs and risks. But not just businesses need to be vigilant—states and other tax authorities are feeling the same economic pinch, and are ready to seek out non-compliers with tax reporting. Get tips on how to survive sales and use tax audits, starting with understanding your exposure to audits and how to avoid them right from the start. Read More...

 
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