Titling for state digital tax rules live webinar

Join Judy Vorndran and Stacey Roberts as they delve into the evolving state of digital taxation, including the issues, risks, sourcing, apportionment, liability, reporting and best practices.

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

1:00pm-2:50pm EDT, 10:00am-11:50am PDT

Early Registration Discount Deadline, Friday, September 10, 2021

This webinar will provide sales and use tax advisers and compliance professionals with a thorough and practical guide to overcoming state digital tax laws, collections, and reporting challenges. The panel will discuss recent state tax rules on digital goods and services, advertising and the influence of the Multistate Tax Commission, Streamline Sales Tax and global digital taxation developments. The panel will also discuss sourcing challenges to determine tax liability and identify nuances in managing sales and use tax collection and reporting regime.


Post-Wayfair, certain jurisdictions have imposed new taxes on digital goods and services, including advertising, IT-platforms, cloud computing, and other data services. Tax advisers must grasp a complete understanding of evolving state tax laws to effectively manage their state tax footprint.

In addition to handling state sales and use tax challenges–such as separating state sales tax on invoices, sourcing transactions and nexus–tax advisers must now grapple with states over new items and revenues in their sales tax base.

Recently, Maryland became the first state to enact a tax on digital advertising, which imposes a tax on the gross revenues derived from digital advertising services, with multiple states considering similar tax rules and nexus standards. The panel will provide updates on challenges Maryland is having enforcing this tax, including delayed enforcement.

Other states, such as Colorado, have revamped their sales and use tax system to include taxing digital goods and services. States with home rule cities also create increased complexity for taxpayers. Tax staff should understand the impact of these state and local tax law developments, approaches to filing, exemptions, and other key challenges in maintaining sales and use tax compliance.

Listen as our panel discusses recent state tax law developments, nexus standards, and key concepts with digital taxation in a multistate context.


  1. Digital tax trends and recent state developments
  2. Sourcing transactions
  3. Additional influences on state tax law
  4. Digital tax collection and filing requirements


The panel will discuss these and other key issues:

  • Recent state tax law developments on digital taxation
  • Grasping the meaning of important state tax law developments for sourcing and nexus
  • State tax agency administration of digital taxation and more


Roberts, Stacey
Stacey L. Roberts, CPA

State and Local Tax Director

Ms. Roberts has been making SALT less taxing for over a 1,000 businesses over the last 25 years. As a director of the SALTovation team at TaxOps, she is at the table-and in the weeds-helping guide dynamic businesses through compliance and strategic planning that minimizes risk and strengthens tax positions. Ms. Roberts entered the accounting field with Andersen Worldwide/Andersen LLP, where she began to hone her state and local tax experience. She added stints at KPMG and Deloitte before moving in-house with Ball Corporation as their manager of State and Local Tax Administration. An interlude with a regional tax firm followed before Ms. Roberts joined TaxOps. She is a frequent speaker and author on SALT issues for industry and professional organizations including the Denver Tax Institute, Product PowerUp, NowCFO and more.

Vorndran, Judith
Judith B. Vorndran, JD, CPA, MSBA


Ms. Vorndran helps clients and tax professionals navigate the morass of state and local tax issues with the goal of making it less “taxing!” She is a nationally recognized thought leader and award-winning instructor with a steady focus on finding ways to simplify complex state and local tax issues and resolve areas of state tax controversy.

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