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Basics of Exemption Certificates

There is a lot of confusion surrounding the use of exemption certificates. This article provides the basics on how to properly use exemption certificates to avoid future headaches related to audit. Purpose of Exemption Certificates – According to sales and use tax...

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Internet Access Not Taxable as of July 1, 2020

Sales of Internet access services are no longer subject to Wisconsin sales and use tax effective July 1, 2020. This means that you should not be charged Wisconsin sales tax on internet access services, so check your statements/invoices for July services to make sure...

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Campground FAQ’s

Campground FAQ’s   Q: A campground hosts an event for a 501(c)3 organization. The campground takes the payments from attendees during the event and cuts the charity a check for the proceeds after the event. Let’s assume it is a taxable event or sale. Is the campground...

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Reverse Audit – Get a Refund of Overpaid Tax

The reverse sales and use tax audit is similar in many respects to the sales and use tax audits conducted by state auditors except over-payment of taxes are researched on a reverse audit. During our review, we will look for weaknesses in the system that may allow for...

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