Sales and Use Tax for Manufacturers in Georgia

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1.5 hours

Sales and Use Tax for Manufacturers in Georgia

Sales and Use Tax for Manufacturers in Georgia

Sales and Use Tax for Manufacturers in Georgia

Gain a better understanding of the manufacturers tax reporting requirements in Georgia. The Georgia manufacturing exemption has been amended by the legislation several times over the last decade. Many companies struggle to understand the scope of the manufacturing exemption as well as the nuances of what is taxable and not, and when any relevant exemptions affecting claims for refunds and mandating that direct pay permit holders waive interest on refunds. This topic will help companies understand when they may qualify for the manufacturer’s exemption and how to properly classify items as not taxable. We will also detail the new legislation and direct pay permit regulation and their implications. Failing to have the proper classifications on taxability could cost a company to overpay on taxes or subject them to an audit and additional liability. Critical issues will be discussed so that Georgia companies can ensure that they are properly calculating their tax liabilities.

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to describe the evolution of the Georgia manufacturing exemption and how it applies today.
  • You will be able to identify what items are exempt from tax under the Georgia Manufacturing Exemption.
  • You will be able to recognize when energy is exempt from state sales tax and whether it is subject to local taxes.
  • You will be able to explain the implications of the recently adopted legislation regarding interest rates, refund claims and the Georgia Department of Revenue regulation on Direct Pay Permits.

  • Who should attend?

    This live webinar is designed for accountants, CPAs, CFOs, controllers, accounts payable professionals, tax managers, presidents, vice presidents, bookkeepers, operations and inventory managers, and tax preparers.

    Training Content

    • History of Georgia Manufacturing Exemption
    • Prior Law
    • 2009 Integrated Plant Legislation (HB 237)
    • 2012 Integrated Plant Legislation (HB 386)
    • 2014 Integrated Plant Legislation (HB 900)Who, What, Where
    • Definitions and Scope of Manufacturing Exemption
    • Items Generally Exempt
    • Items Generally TaxableTaxation of Energy
    • Energy Exemption
    • Local Excise Tax on EnergyRecent Changes to Refund Claims Law and Direct Pay Permits
    • HB 960
    • Direct Pay Regulation

    Costs

    The cost of this Sales and Use Tax for Manufacturers in Georgia live webinar is $219 per participant.

    Provider: Lorman Education Services

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