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Iowa Sales/Use Tax Basics: Part 2

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Terry O'Neill, Iowa Department of Revenue

Presented Wednesday, June 25th at Noon (Central)
Webinar Powerpoint: Iowa Sales and Use Tax Basics Part 2
Webinar Q&A [Coming soon]

 
In this webinar, Terry O'Neill with the Iowa Department of Revenue will provide an overview of Iowa sales and use tax, including local option sales tax.  A facilitated Q&A will follow the presentation.  Please see this page if you are planning to use this presentation for continuing education credits.

Topics covered will include:
  • The difference between sales and use tax.
  • What local option sales tax is and when it should be charged.
  • How to calculate the correct tax rate your business needs to charge.
  • What retailer's use tax and consumer's use tax are.
  • Which businesses must get a tax permit (and the various types available).
  • How often an Iowa firm must file, and how they can do so.

Terry started with the Iowa Department of Revenue in 1987 as a summer intern working to find non-registered businesses. In the fall of 1987, he became a revenue agent, collecting past due taxes in the Davenport area. In 1990, he became a Taxpayer Service Specialist (TSS). As a TSS, he assists taxpayers by e-mail and phone on a wide variety of Iowa tax issues. In addition, Terry is a primary presenter for other educational outreach efforts of the Department, such as Webinars.

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