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Texas Sales and Use Tax & Texas Property Tax - 9/6/24 - Austin, TX

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September 6, 2024

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Texas Sales & Use Tax

CPE Credit Hours: 4.0

Program Level: Basic

Program Prerequisite: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Course Presenter: Gordon Martens

Course Time: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Location: 816 Congress Austin, Texas

After completing this 4-hour course, you’ll gain a working knowledge of the important provisions of Texas sales and use tax rules. Mr. Martens will share his knowledge and experience about the application of the tax rules to businesses and the transactions conducted in the State of Texas.


Learning Objectives

Determine whether transactions are subject to sales and use tax, exempt or nontaxableIdentify key sales and use tax terms and the corresponding definitionsAscertain whether a taxpayer location requires a sales tax permitDetermine the amount of sales tax that applies to a transactionDifferentiate between taxable and nontaxable servicesIdentify common issues that arise during sales and use tax auditsIdentify the date that remote sellers must obtain permits and collect sales and use tax


 

Time Topics Issues Covered
8:30 Texas Sales and Use Tax Overview
  • Taxable Goods & Services
  • Registration, Permit, and Reporting Requirements
  • Common Mistakes
9:30 Multi-state Tax Issues
  • Economic Nexus
  • Multi-state Exemptions
  • Internet Sales
9:45 Break 10 Minute Break
9:55 Taxable Services
  • Categories of Taxable Services
  • Common Rules for All Taxable Services
  • Multi-state Allocation and Use Tax
  • Commercial & Real Estate Property Construction
  • Oil & Gas Industry
10:55 Texas Sales & Use Tax Exemptions
  • Resale
  • Manufacturing
  • Gas & Electricity
  • Export
  • Others
11:30 Contesting Audits
  • Before the Audit
  • During the Audit
  • Administrative Hearings
  • Choices in Challenging Assessments
12:00 Lunch Provided for In-Person Attendees



Texas Property Tax

CPE Credit Hours: 4.0

Program Level: Basic

Program Prerequisite: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Course Presenter: Natalie Maloney

Course Time: 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: 816 Congress Austin, Texas

This introductory course will provide an overview of the Texas property tax system, including property rights, market value concepts, equal and uniform valuation, and appraisal principles. It will also explain the process to challenge an appraisal, including appraisal protests, lawsuits, assessments, and collections.

Learning Objectives


Understand the key features of the Texas property tax systemIdentify various methods to calculate market valueRecognize methods to challenge appraisals in various forumsKnow the timeframe and deadlines for paying property taxes


 

Time Topics Issues Covered
12:30 The Texas Property Tax System: An Overview
  • Definitions
  • Major Administrators and Agencies
  • Texas Administrative Code
  • Tax Calendar
12:50 Property Rights, Ownership & Use
  • Restrictions on Use
  • Types of Ownership
  • Taxable Property
1:10 Market Value Concepts
  • Income Approach
  • Sales Comparison Approach
  • Cost Approach
  • Equal & Uniform
  • Special Use Valuations
     (Agricultural and Wildlife Management)
1:40 Appraisal Phase
  • Appraisal Records
  • Renditions
  • Estimating Value
  • Exemptions
      -public property
      -family and individuals
      -farms and ranches
      -public service organizations
      -other exemptions
2:05 Break 10 Minute Break
2:15 Chapter 41 Appraisal Appeals (Protests)
  • Representing property owners
  • Appraisal Review Board
  • Protest Hearings
  • Certification
2:50 Binding Arbitration and Litigation
  • Deadlines
  • Process
  • Representing property owners
  • Remedies
  • Refunds
3:30 Assessment & Collections
  • Tax Levies & Rates
  • Truth-in-Taxation
  • Limitations & Rollbacks
  • Tax Bills
  • Delinquent Collections
3:50 Conclusion Course Summary





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