This presentation discusses how the Texas sales tax rules apply to the high-tech industry. We’ll address the prominent issues in software: writing code, modifying existing software, licensing to multi-state users, live and remote technical support, and troubleshooting. We’ll cover the Comptroller’s ability to tax out-of-state software sellers. We’ll also review the taxability of numerous IT services, Internet advertising, website creation and maintenance, cloud computing, and other tax-sensitive areas.
*Hardware and Software Issues
*Web-Hosting and Websites
*Software as a Service
*Data Centers and The Cloud
*Internet Sales and E-Commerce
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Fri, Dec 28, 2018 - 08:00a to 12:00p CST
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