8 Things You Need to Know About WI Sales & Use Tax

  • Share:
Name: 8 Things You Need to Know About WI Sales & Use Tax
Date: May 3, 2017
Time: 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM CDT
Event Description:
Please join Wegner CPAs and Cam Brawley, our Director of State and Local Taxes, as he guides you through eight key points to know about Wisconsin Sales & Use Tax. During this 90 minute session, he will highlight some of the following areas: • Holding a Wisconsin seller’s permit and knowing when to inactivate one • Effects of selling tangible personal property • Nuances to be aware of when selling products online • Use tax liability • Sales tax and how it affects different industries Who Should Attend? This session will be geared toward all types of businesses with a few key highlights for those in the manufacturing, construction/real estate, and nonprofit industries. Schedule 7:30-8:00 AM Registration/breakfast 8:00-9:30 AM Presentation 9:30-10:00 AM Q&A
Sheraton Madison Hotel, 706 John Nolen Drive, Madison
Date/Time Information:
May 3, 2017 / 7:30-10:00 AM
Contact Information:
$30 per person
Set a Reminder:
Enter your email address below to receive a reminder message.

What Others Have Said

  • Kudos to the Chamber and the Small Business Advisory Council for the creation of the Road Construction Survival Guide. It connects the affected businesses with the city departments and the construction company in charge. The regular meetings and contact with the correct people makes a huge difference in coping.

    Teena Browder, Cork ‘n Bottle
  • My small business has a voice in local politics with the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, I have a voice here. We’re all business people and we look at the bottom line. The return on investment from my Chamber membership and the advocacy it provides is far above what I get from other organizations.

    Tim Lightner, Owner, Two Men and a Truck
  • The Chamber has worked tirelessly to promote the interests of the local business community, and to create and preserve the conditions that allow businesses to thrive, for the good of the entire community. I can think of no organization that is better equipped to guide us through this time than the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, and we all owe it our full support, to our mutual benefit.

    David Stark, President, Stark Company Realtors
  • The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce has been an excellent resource for my small business. The Chamber provides multiple channels for business awareness, networking opportunities and helpful educational programs. Being a member of the Chamber has really made a difference in helping expand my business visibility, growth and development in Dane County.

    John Vardallas, CAE, Founder/CEO, The American BoomeR Consulting Group