On Top of Everything Else, Tax Filing for 2020 Has for Direct Sellers Become Trickier than Ever Before
Gain the Insights You Need to Navigate the Latest IRS Issues — Attend the DSA Tax Seminar 2020
The direct selling tax landscape is constantly changing—so much so that it's often difficult for today's executives to keep up with key developments.
The 2020-2021 Priority Guidance Plan for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is one such change that means a cumbersome tax filing process can mean hours of complicated and costly paperwork for direct sellers. Millions of direct sellers across the United States could be negatively impacted by upcoming changes to tax reporting obligations recently implemented by the IRS.
This issue — along with the tax implications of Phase 3 and Phase 4 stimulus packages, evolving state regulations, international tax issues, IRS audits, and post-election projections — are the issues to be explored during the DSA Tax Seminar @Home, scheduled for September 16-18, 2020.
This virtual event will engage dozens of direct selling attorneys and tax professionals to discuss critical information you need to know to be informed about tax regulations that could affect the way you do business. And you will be armed with the latest insights you need to tackle any tax challenges that come your way in the year ahead.
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