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NBI: Minimizing Manufacturer Sales and Use Tax Liability

August 20, 2007

Speakers: Raymond J. Casella

When:
August 20, 2007
Where:

Crowne Plaza Hartford
Hartford, CT

Eliminate Unnecessary Tax Expenses by Taking Advantage of Tax Credits

When a company's bottom line is on the line, it's up to you to make sure that no stone is left unturned when searching for tax savings. Fortunately, for manufacturers, there are many opportunities for special sales and use tax exemptions related to equipment, machinery and component parts. Are you taking advantage of all the savings avenues available? Join us at this nuts-and-bolts seminar and fine-tune your tax procedure to be ready for any situation that comes your way - enroll today!

  • Stay in compliance with the ever-changing sales and use tax laws.
  • Are you saving as much money as you can? Identify exemptions you may not be tapping into.
  • Don't shy away from the audit: learn how to use it to your advantage to save even more money.
  • What tax savings do you qualify for? Know where to look to keep current with changing exemptions.
  • Reclaim lost profit from excessive taxation with detailed knowledge of the appeals process.
  • Don't get caught off guard: know documents you can throw, what you must keep, and for how long.
  • Tangible personal property vs. intangible services: turn the gray area between them into black and white to stay in compliance.
  • Find out if you are overpaying taxes on interstate transactions and know how to reclaim them if you are.
  • Custom-tailor your continuing education! Submit your industry-specific questions and have them addressed at the seminar.

This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for accountants, accounts payable professionals, CPAs, controllers, tax managers, CFOs, CEOs, presidents, vice-presidents, purchasing professionals, bookkeepers and attorneys.

For more information or to register, visit www.nbi-sems.com.

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