Lunch & Learn: Sales Tax for Small Businesses

Cowerks at the Lakehouse

How does sales tax apply to your products on the state and local level? Join us to make sure you are filing taxes according to law!

Handmade vendors and local shop/restaurant owners are so consumed with running the business that understanding and calculating sales tax never seems to get checked off the to-do list.Sound familiar? Join us on for a Lunch & Learn with Withum accounting firm to learn everything you need to know about: – State and local tax rates- Where your business is obligated (and not obligated) to collect- Record keeping – Paying your sales taxes (submitting your return)If you’re a small business owner, this event is not to be missed. Save yourself from tax season stress next year! Your ticket also includes a day of coworking and lunch from a local Asbury restaurant! – Lunch will be served promptly at noon. – At 1pm, we will break into the conference room for an informal presentation.

Barry Horowitz is located in the firm’s New York office and has over 30 years of professional accounting experience. A certified public accountant in the states of New York and New Jersey, he is the Team Leader of Withum’s Tax Services State and Local Tax Group. Barry advises clients in residency and nexus issues, entity level taxes, sales and use taxes, and other business and personal tax matters. He also counsels clients in strategic planning, transaction reviews, risk assessment, tax law compliance and corporate restructuring.

Barry received his BBA with honors in accounting and his MS degree in taxation from Baruch College, New York City. As an active member of the New York and New Jersey State Societies of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA and NJSCPA), Barry often provides in-depth lectures and learning sessions on key state and local tax issues to local chapters as well as organizations including Baruch College and CW Post College on Long Island. He is a current member of the NYSSCPA’s Multistate & Local Taxation Committee and served as chairman in prior years. He is also a member of the NJSCPA’s New Jersey Tax Committee.

Barry is a contributor for The Trusted Professional as well as several other industry and professional publications. He has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine and Crain’s New York Business. He was also a former editor of The CPA Journal.

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