Five Sales and Use Tax Challenges Facing Manufacturers and Distributors, and How to Combat Them

Manufacturers and Distributors know that having a repeatable, consistent process enables greater quality control. And quality control helps to reduce risk and ensure compliance. During a time when most states are facing major budget deficits, it’s more important than ever that you understand the areas of sales tax compliance that pose the greatest risk to your business and learn how to combat them:
  1. Selling to Retailers
  2. Selling Direct to Consumers
  3. Input Item Taxability, Use Tax and Direct Pay Permits
  4. Drop Shipping on Behalf of a Distributor or Retailer by a Manufacturer
  5. Installation, Repairs and Nexus.
By addressing these five sales tax challenges, Manufacturers and Distributors can reduce costs, minimize risk, and improve overall performance. This whitepaper will provide tips for developing a quality sales tax workflow process that addresses these challenges and efficiently handle rates, exemption certificates, and filing & remittance.

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