Seminars

In Person Course

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$299.00
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Course Description & Learning Objectives

Program Level Basic

Program Prerequisite none

Course Time (8am-4pm)

Location : TBD

Texas Sales Tax for the Construction Industry (4hrs)

Attend this session to learn how the Texas sales tax rules apply to all aspects of residential and commercial construction work.

We address contract pricing issues, new construction, remodeling, and repair/maintenance. Issues arising with dedicated improvements, common areas, erosion control measures, and tax-exempt jobs will also be reviewed.

We’ll also discuss the TERP, motor vehicle sales tax, and motor fuels tax issues along with strategies in minimizing their taxes.

Finally, we’ll cover the special rules applicate to work done in declared disaster areas

Course Topics Include:

⬧ Contract Pricing Issues

⬧ New Construction

⬧ Commercial Repair, Remodeling, and Maintenance

⬧ Residential Development

⬧ Tax-Exempt Jobs

⬧ Pitfalls in Contract Drafting

Texas Franchise Tax (4hrs)

Those with a basic understanding of Texas franchise tax law should attend this course to gain in-depth knowledge of Texas franchise tax issues arising in Texas' major industries from an attorney who works on the front lines, trying complex Texas franchise tax cases in court and arguing the related appeals.

Course Topics Include:

⬧ Revenue Exclusion for Real Estate Activities

⬧ Revenue Exclusion for O&G Production

⬧ Heavy Equipment Rentals

⬧ COGS Installation Labor

⬧ Compensation

⬧ Service Industry Apportionment

⬧ Net Gains/Losses Apportionment

⬧ Transportation Apportionment

⬧ Management Companies

⬧ Combined Reporting

⬧ Medical Exclusions

If you have friends or colleagues that wish to attend this course, please email us at info@lat-seminars.com to receive a colleague discount.

No advanced preparation needed for this course.

Digital course materials will be provided (PDF)






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