What Can Trigger a Sales and Use Tax Audit?


Currently, there is a growing list of triggers that, when not addressed properly, can lead to serious and costly issues. First, not understanding sales and use tax properly, bad data quality, inaccurate tax calculations, and weak or outdated internal processes can contribute to a potential audit. State tax rules and regulations are also constantly changing, creating compliance challenges for companies. 
An Ever-Changing Tax Landscape 
Keeping up with changes in tax rates and rules is one of the most critical tax challenges a business will face. Michael Fleming, founder of Sales Tax and More, a Rockwall, Texasbased consulting firm specializing in state and local taxes, estimates there are between 10,000 and 14,000 taxing jurisdictions in the U.S. “On any given day there are a number of them changing a rate or regulation,” Fleming adds.


















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