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Properly submitting and filing a compliant sales tax return should be a top priority for any business. But it is not always that easy. If organizations don’t have all necessary information, are unaware of required reporting frequencies or have not correctly reported deductions, the sales tax filing process can be difficult – and could even lead to hefty fines or an audit.
Certified Service Providers (CSPs) allow businesses to outsource most sales tax administration responsibilities, making it easier to comply with the laws of a given jurisdiction. Choosing a CSP to manage your sales tax filings reduces the burden of managing end-to-end sales tax compliance while reducing organizational liability during the tax calculation process.
Because the IRS is underpaid by nearly half a trillion dollars per year, they are taking swift action to reclaim those tax dollars. This could mean steep penalties for your business if you fail to meet the latest regulations. See the infographic below for more facts about enforcement.
Cyber Monday 2019 is anticipated to be one of the most challenging to date for ecommerce and finance teams. More spending, in fewer days, and many more states imposing economic nexus, may subject more online retailers to sales or use tax collection and remittance responsibilities. 5 steps ecommerce retailers should take to prepare for Cyber […]
By far, the biggest challenge facing organizations during 1099 reporting season this year was state reporting. With states tightening deadlines and multiple jurisdictions and reporting thresholds to deal with, Sovos customers found state reporting more complex than any other element of reporting season. This updated infographic shows why. The map shows 1099 reporting deadlines by […]
When does tax information reporting season end? At the end of January? Maybe in March? When 1099 forms are finally gone? For organizations that do it right, there is no “season.” Reporting is a year-round process that emphasizes efficiency over panic and minimizes risk. Check out the year-round reporting schedule in this infographic.