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Sales & Use Tax Seminar

One-day Workshop May 17, 2016

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Information and Agenda

Are you struggling with sales and use tax laws and regulations? You’re not alone! 

Professionals across the nation agree that computing, tracking, and filing sales and use taxes are the toughest, most time-consuming responsibilities they face. Your company depends on you to know the laws regarding sales and use taxes and to make sure you are in compliance with those laws. This one-day workshop will provide you with the knowledge you need to avoid costly penalties upon audit. Most importantly, you will have peace of mind knowing you truly understand these complicated and misunderstood laws and have the ability to keep your company out of tax trouble.

This course not only covers some of the myths surrounding the topic of sales and use taxes in Colorado, but also provides value resources and information about home-rule cities and what to do when sales transactions are delivered into those jurisdictions. There are no exceptions for those who provide services such as medical and dental offices when they purchase/sell tangible personal property (TPP) unless the products are specifically exempt in Colorado and/or local jurisdiction statutes and tax codes, etc.

One myth among Colorado business owners is that the seller/vendor is held liable for the collection of sales taxes, and this may not always be the case. For example, a business may not be registered to collect sales tax when there is no “nexus.” Many think use tax is a new tax. In this workshop you will learn what use tax is, when it is due and how to remit it to remit it to each jurisdiction in Colorado.

Perhaps you can relate to some of the most common complaints:

“Tracking and handling sales and use taxes take a lot of time.”

“The laws are confusing, varying from state to state and area to area.”

“The forms are complex and often unclear.”

“The rules are always changing and it’s hard to keep on top of the new stuff.”

“No one seems to be able to answer my questions.”

This workshop will give you the solid know-how you need to feel confident in your ability to handle the many complexities and challenges that come your way. Caron will present difficult concepts and confusing terminology in a clear, easy-to-understand manner, and provide you with the most up-to-date information available. 

Caron Notarmuzi, former Trainer at the Colorado Department of Revenue, will be presenting the information in this one-day workshop. During the seven years she spent with the Department of Revenue, she educated thousands of Colorado taxpayers each year on tax rules, regulations and compliance. In addition, she has been a frequent guest speaker at local jurisdiction and business conferences and events, has written several articles for associations on this complex topic and developed educational videos that can be viewed at the following link:


Date: May 17, 2016

Location: South Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce

                   2154 E Commons Ave #342, Littleton, CO 80122

Fee: $129 1st attendee/per company; Each additional attendee - $99 (e.g., Send two people - TOTAL COST: $129+99=$228

SIX CPE Credits Offered

Registration Fee Includes: All training materials, continental breakfast, Avalara sales/use tax book, Avalara tax software through December 31, 2016, mystery drawing door prize

  • Check in/Continental Breakfast - 8:30-9:00am
  • Training Session Part I - 9am-12pm
  • LUNCH- Provided by Avalara - 12:00-1:00pm
  • Training Session Part II - 1:00-4:00pm
  • Conclusion/Q&A - 4:00-4:30pm

Who should attend? The information presented in this workshop is most beneficial for the following:

  • CPAs
  • Business Owners
  • Accounts Payable/Receivable
  • Bookkeepers
  • CEOs/CFOs
  • Controller
  • Anyone interested in learning more about sales and use taxes in Colorado

To register, and for more information, go to the following link:

PLEASE NOTE: Due to limited seating, register early! NO refunds will be issued after May 3rd

Questions? Contact Caron at:


DownloadThe Sales & Use Tax PDF