Are you wasting hours researching rates and updating tax tables within your Sage ERP X3 application? If you are like hundreds of businesses today, managing sales tax to ensure you remain compliant (so the auditor does not come knocking), is getting harder and harder to stay on top of and manage. Sales tax is hard! The reason sale tax is hard is because state nexus rules are constantly changing, relying on ZIP Codes is not accurate (although most think it is sufficient, when it is only accurate some of the time), keeping track of valid exemption certificates can be almost impossible, and product taxability is not consistent between states and jurisdictions and many industries have varying taxability rules.
For protection against the consequences of noncompliance, large corporations with IT and tax departments deploy expensive, complex software systems. With Sage Sales Tax by Avalara for Sage ERP X3 you get the big-business protection of sales tax automation without breaking your budget, straining your internal resources, or compromising on functionality. Fully detailed reports are always at your fingertips and returns are automatically pre-populated and generated.
Attend a complimentary one-hour, live session hosted by Sage and Avalara, the sales tax experts, to understand how automating your sales tax process can keep you in compliance while saving time, money and effort. Learn the step by step process for successfully selecting and purchasing a sales tax automation solution. This webinar will help attendees learn how to:
- Achieve full end-to-end sales tax compliance
- Automate manual processes involved with managing tax tables and updates
- Eliminate compliance holes associated with using a flat state rate or ZIP Code-based systems
- Reduce audit exposure through “bullet-proof” compliance
- Outsource sales tax filing requirements
- Automate the paperless collection and management of certificates
Stay in Compliance with Sage Sales Tax for X3
Thursday, April 23, 2013
10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
If you are unable to attend, but would like additional information, please email contact SWK.
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