11/7/2018 10:00 AM to 11/7/2018 11:00 AM
The recent South Dakota vs Wayfair ruling will leave companies with a greater sales tax compliance burden and can impact both sales and purchases. With each state’s requirements varying widely, manufacturers will need to dedicate more time and resources to meet states’ taxability and reporting requirements.
Join DHG as we discuss the Wayfair case, state reactions, the potential administrative impact on manufacturers and how they prepare to meet multi-state requirements.
- Peter Giroux, Partner, State & Local Tax
Peter is a Tax Partner with the DHG Atlanta market focusing in State and Local Tax (SALT) matters. Peter possesses more than 25 years of SALT consulting experience in public accounting and has practiced in a variety of industries including manufacturing, service, retail, transportation and technology. Peter has worked extensively in the state tax credit and incentive area including state research and development credits. He works closely with the federal R&D team to maximize credits at the state level. He has recently completed several successful credit and incentives projects with one resulting in a seven figure benefit to the client.
Peter also focuses his SALT consulting experience in income & franchise tax and sales & use tax. Within these areas he has provided the following services: nexus studies, voluntary disclosures, restructurings, reverse audits, compliance reviews, advisory & controversy assistance, apportionment planning, accounting for income tax (ASC 740, formerly FAS 109), control reviews (SOX 404), and ASC 740-10 (formerly FIN 48) analysis. Peter has served clients ranging in size from Fortune 500 to emerging small companies.
- Tommy Varnell, Senior Manager, State & Local Tax
Tommy is a Senior Manager in DHG’s Atlanta office, specializing in State and Local Tax (SALT) matters. Tommy primarily focuses on indirect tax and unclaimed property matters, but his versatile background allows him to get involved in other areas as well. Tommy possesses more than 15 years of tax experience, with a blend of both consulting and industry. He has had involvement with a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, service, retail, transportation, healthcare, telecommunications and technology.
Tommy is involved in the following types of services at DHG: nexus studies, voluntary disclosures, tax/unclaimed property compliance, product and service taxability analyses, reverse audits, compliance reviews, audit defense, credit/incentive analyses, ASC 450 assistance (formerly FAS 5), and general tax research in a wide variety of areas.
- Matthew Tolan, Senior Associate, State & Local Tax
Matthew Tolan is a Senior Associate in DHG’s Atlanta office, specializing in State and Local Tax (SALT) matters. Matthew primarily focuses on indirect taxation and possesses more than five years of indirect tax experience, working in both public accounting and in industry.
Matthew is involved in the following types of services at DHG: nexus studies, voluntary disclosures, sales tax compliance, unclaimed property consulting, product and service taxability analyses, reverse audits, compliance reviews, audit defense, and tax research. Prior to joining DHG, Matthew served as a Senior Analyst at two technology / telecommunications companies in Atlanta for several years where he was responsible for audit defense, transaction tax compliance, regulatory filings, use tax analysis, and credits/incentives.
CPE Credit: 1 hour, pending approval
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based (each attendee must be logged in and answer the poll questions in order to receive CPE credit)
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: None
Course Level: Basic
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