The Colorado Department of Revenue and several home-rule municipalities, jurisdictions that collect their own taxes, will offer an all-day Business Tax Symposium in Denver. Businesses located in and outside Colorado, tax preparers who prepare sales/use tax returns for Colorado businesses, and anyone interested in learning more about Colorado sales/use tax laws should attend.
The all-day symposium features many breakout sessions covering information on a variety of sales/use tax topics, including but not limited to the laws surrounding this complex topic and the liabilities businesses face when they are not in compliance with those laws at the state and local level. Roxy Huber, Department of Revenue Executive Director, will present news about upcoming online tax services the Department will soon offer. Caron Notarmuzi, Trainer, at the Department of Revenue, will also discuss some of the myths surrounding sales and use taxes and states, “One of the myths is that when a vendor does not collect Colorado sales tax, the vendor is always held liable for the sales tax they should have collected from the purchaser and that the purchaser has no tax liabilities with these sales transactions and that is not true.”
2010 Business Tax Symposium
Date: Thursday, September 30, 2010 (Pre-registration is required at www.TaxSeminars.state.co.us)
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Location: Denver City Center Marriott, 1701 California Street, Denver, CO
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits are available. For more detailed information on this event and/or other tax classes offered by the Colorado Department of Revenue, visit www.TaxSeminars.state.co.us