Join Alexander Korzhen of TaxOps as he leads a webinar on how to determine nexus.
May 24, 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM ET
Watch anytime at your convenience for up to 12 months.
All business owners want to operate a successful and growing business. Accomplishing this growth often requires entering new markets in different states. While these new states can offer exciting growth opportunities, they can also create various new tax obligations for the business. Determining whether these states have a legal right to tax your out-of-state business depends on whether your business has nexus with the state. In this practical webinar, you will examine the factors that can affect your nexus footprint.
Upon course completion, you will be able to:
- Define nexus
- Describe the history of jurisprudence, landmark cases, and the current law
- Differentiate between state income tax vs. state sales tax and their impact on nexus factors
- Identify nexus collections and internet sales tax
- Determine how to become SALT compliant
- Respond to nexus questionnaires
- Anticipate potential law changes
Program Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Taxes
CPE Credit: Eligible for 1.5 credits
Alexander Korzhen, JD, MBA
Alexander Korzhen, JD, MBA, is a state and local tax (SALT) specialist at TaxOps, LLC, a boutique business tax and advisory firm. Mr. Korzhen focuses on SALT matters such as nexus reviews, tax exposure mitigation, transactional due diligence, tax controversy work, and sales tax automation. He is a graduate of Quinnipiac University Law School and received a Master of Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and is currently serving as the treasurer on the Tax Sections board.