The Comptroller’s office announces new live and on-demand training sessions about current popular tax topics. We invite taxpayers and practitioners to participate in quarterly webinars and podcasts that provide in-depth information on tax topics that affect your business today.
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Continuing education credit is not available for the seminars, webinars or podcasts at this time.
The Texas Comptroller’s office offers sales and use tax seminars across the state throughout the year. New taxpayers are especially encouraged to attend these overviews of tax responsibilities for buyers, sellers and service providers. For locations, dates and times, visit the Taxpayer Seminars webpage.
Do you need help understanding tax responsibilities and would like to learn from the convenience of your home or office? The Comptroller Taxpayer Webinars provide guidance on various common tax questions in a virtual environment. We will add new webinars throughout the year so check back for additional opportunities.
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Online Sales, Remote Sellers and Marketplaces Webinar
This webinar highlights the changes that occurred in Texas resulting from the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. We will also discuss House Bill 1525 and House Bill 2153 from the 86th Texas Legislative Session, which create new tax responsibilities for marketplace providers and marketplace sellers, and how these apply to limited sales and use tax.
Webinar recording coming soon.
Download all of our podcast episodes to learn more about our office, popular tax topics and other helpful information on the go. Each episode runs between 10 and 15 minutes to fit within your busy schedule. We will add new episodes throughout the year so check back often for new information.
This episode highlights booster clubs and their tax exemptions and responsibilities.
For more information, see Booster Clubs and Publication 94-183, School Fundraisers and Texas Sales Tax (PDF).
This episode gives a general overview of the changes that occurred in Texas resulting from the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair. We will also discuss House Bill 1525 from the 86th Texas Legislative Session, which creates new tax responsibilities for marketplace providers and marketplace sellers.
For more information, see Texas Tax Responsibilities and Resources for Sellers After Wayfair.
Do you need help understanding your tax responsibilities? Our Taxpayer Videos provide answers to various common tax questions. We will add new videos so check back for additional opportunities.
We also offer video instruction on filing and paying sales tax using Webfile. To view these videos, visit Video Tutorials.
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