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TX Sales & Use Tax for the Construction Industry: March 4, 2020

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March 4, 2020
12:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Houston, TX
Venue TBD


Presented by

Lacy Leonard, Attorney | Martens, Todd, Leonard & Ahlrich

4 CPE Credits

Attend this course to learn how the Texas sales tax rules apply to all aspects of residential and commercial construction work. We’ll address contract pricing issues, new construction, remodeling, repair and maintenance. We'll also cover issues arising from dedicated improvements, common areas, erosion control measures, and tax-exempt jobs. Finally, we’ll discuss TERP, motor vehicle sales tax, and motor fuels tax issues.

Course Topics Include:

• Contract Pricing Issues
• New Construction
• Repair and Remodeling
• Residential Development
• Dedicated Easements and Common Areas
• Tax-Exempt Jobs
• Pitfalls in Contract Drafting

Field of Study: Taxes
Prerequisite: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group-Live


12:00 pm Registration

12:30 pm Overview
•Applicable Sales Tax Rules
•Texas Motor Fuels Tax
•Texas Motor Vehicles Tax
•Taxable Services

1:15 pm Construction Industry Principles
•Residential and New Commercial Construction
•Real Property Services Exception
•Contract Pricing (Lump-Sum v. Separated)

2:05 pm Break

2:15 pm Site Development
•Erosion Controls
•Roads & Utilities
•Hybrid Contracts
•Dedicated & Accepted Improvements
•Problem Areas

3:00 pm Repairs & Remodeling
•Commercial Properties
•Mixed Services

3:15 pm Tax Exempt Work
•Governmental Entities
•Quasi-Exempt Entities
•Churches & Schools

3:45 pm - 4:00 pm Declared Disaster Areas

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