The course begins with a general discussion of the rules pertaining to which goods and services are taxable. Next, we discuss local sales and use taxes, multi-state nexus South Dakota v. Wayfair and the status of Teas rules and laws (proposed, passed, or adopted) to implement the Wayfair decision. Then, we’ll review the rules common to all taxable services and then each of them individually, with particular emphasis on real property services, repairs & remodeling of personal property and commercial property, data processing, information services. We’ll address issues arising in various industries including real estate construction, oil and gas, and high-tech.
The course covers the major exemptions, including sale for resale, manufacturing, and export sales. We’ll address issues arising in business formation, foreclosures, leases, and rentals. Finally, we’ll review strategies for handling audits, including steps to take before, during, and after the audit. Throughout the course, we’ll review the latest court cases, new legislation, and recent Comptroller policy pronouncements.
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Jimmy Martens is a trial and appellate attorney who specializes in challenging Texas franchise and sales tax assessments during audits, in administrative hearings, and in the state courts of Texas. He is the course instructor for TXCPA’s statewide courses on the Texas franchise (margin) tax and the Texas sales & use tax. He is also a CPA and board certified in Tax Law. He may be reached by e-mail at email@example.com and by phone at 512-542-9898.
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