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Tips for Navigating the Voluntary Disclosure Agreement Process: Why a Proactive Approach Can Minimize Inevitable Costs

Source: Sabrix
Staying compliant with state transaction tax collection requirements is like navigating a mine field. Slipping out of compliance is easy—and you might also discover you’ve been out of compliance in one or more tax jurisdictions. You can reduce your liability and go forward with a clean slate through a voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA). Learn the ins and outs of the VDA process and the benefits you’ll gain.


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