# Tax / Tax Rules
A little peek into what you will learn from Matt James, COO of Hickory Farms regarding their sales tax compliance strategy as they moved to D365 and decided to automate their approach! Join us for this free 2-hour deep dive into 2021 Tax Law Changes by tapping here!
Manufacturing and distribution tax obligations are among the most varied and complex. And the more relationships you have with suppliers, resellers, drop shippers and customers, the more complicated compliance gets. It can be easy to overlook a nexus obligation or product exemption. Manufacturers and distributors remove compliance risk and streamline their operations simultaneously when they automate with Avalara AvaTax.
This CPA Practice Advisor article from Nellie Akalp (careful of ads) outlines changes for the 2021 tax season that you should be aware of.
Join us February 24th from 11am EST to 1pm EST for our Sales and Use Tax laws digital "binge" program for 2-hours of in-depth expertise delivered in small bite sized chunks. Featuring leaders in tax compliance, retail and manufacturing from Avalara . Matt James, COO of Hickory Farms and your team at DAC as we unpack the impact of Covid-19, specific shifts impacting different states and so much more.
In part 2 of this series, I share thoughts on AI in the world of Tax. This is an interesting area for AI to dive into considering all the rules and regulations that accompany anything in tax. What's in store for AI and Tax? Take a listen.If you want to learn and engage more on the topic of taxes, reserve your seat and join us on our Tax Binge Day on February 24, 2021.If you missed part 1 of the series, be sure to check it out here.Additional source:Deloitte study: https://www2.deloitte.com/global/en/pages/tax/articles/artificial-intelligence-in-tax.htmlFor more great tax-related content, be sure to check these posts:Understanding Sales Taxes and VAT TaxesWhen GP Tax Tables Are Not EnoughIt's A Taxing Situation in D365 BC and NAV
This is an interesting "flipping the script" article. With the proliferation of bots everywhere to help with redundant work, this article floats the idea of the organizations that create the bots should be taxed to help with finance jobs where people are still required, but jobs are unmet.
Dealing with IRS scams can be an obstacle for taxpayers, businesses, and tax professionals during the upcoming tax season. Staying aware of the latest tax scams, which are shared publicly by the IRS each year, is important in keeping your money safe during this pandemic. Here is a brief overview of the latest IRS's "Dirty Dozen" list of tax scams.
Payroll taxes don’t have to be terrifying. Join us for a session filled with tips for your Microsoft Dynamics GP payroll tax preparation and filing. Recorded on 2/20/2019
As an entrepreneur, you are the one paying yourself. Hear from Business.com about how to establish a payment plan that will work.
State tax rules and regulations are constantly changing. This article from Katherine Loughead of the Tax Foundation outlines the 2021 state tax changes you should be aware of across many areas such as corporate, individual, sales and use, property, and more.
Tom Franz, along with Lindy Belley and Nicole Sparrow analyze the IRS release of the 2020 W-4 where personal exemptions have gone away. Payroll professionals and the systems used to process payroll must change to accommodate the new form and withholding calculation. In this session, we will cover those details and share information on 2020 Tax Updates.
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was meant to help small businesses cover some costs through the pandemic. But, you should be aware of tax credits and taxable income which can vary by state.