AdvoTECH: Tennessee Software Sales Tax
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Uncertainty is a barrier to business investment.
In 2015, Tennessee began to assess tax on the sale of licensed software. This has caused confusion for businesses that provide software-as-a-service, provide software services to clients that reside out of state or have users in multiple states, and those that provide software maintenance contracts. Although the Tennessee Department of Revenue has issued a number of clarifications to tax law since July 2015, companies have voiced their difficulty understanding how the law applies to their business.
The purpose of this AdvoTECH event is to provide an overview of the law and discuss the nuances of how it is impacting local technology providers. This is an opportunity build relationships: to talk with your peers about how they are dealing with this new tax and to help policy makers better understand your business.
David Gerregano: Deputy Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Revenue
Paul Fassbender: Managing Director of Public Affairs, Asurion
Mark Loftis, CPA: Director, State & Local Tax, Crosslin & Associates, PLLC
Bo Spessard: COO, Emma
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