Decosimo's Larry Hyatt Presents On Sales And Use Tax Issues In Alabama

Thursday, May 15, 2014
Larry Hyatt
Larry Hyatt

Decosimo’s Director of State and Local Tax Services Larry Hyatt, CPA, CFE, will serve as the featured presenter for a seminar on Sales and Use Tax in Alabama on June 10. Hosted by Lorman Educational Services, the two-hour seminar to be held in Huntsville will cover topics in the areas of multistate transactions, contractor use issues, statistic sampling, as well as court cases and rulings. 

Within each of the subject areas, Mr. Hyatt will focus on key areas that are impacted by Sales and Use Tax in Alabama. The multistate transactions section of the presentation will address click-thru nexus, cloud transactions, intangibles and re-sale certificate issues. The contractor use section will cover multistate inventory, real versus tangible personal property taxability and the taxability of government and nonprofit contracts. While the court case and rulings section will cover recent rulings in Alabama and the surrounding states, the statistic samplings portion of the presentation will highlight approaches to avoid pitfalls, including how to manage the audit, treatment of credits and issues related to incorrect accounting designations.

Mr. Hyatt, a certified public accountant and certified fraud examiner, is a principal with Decosimo specializing in federal, state and local tax. As the firm’s director of State and Local Tax, Mr. Hyatt provides state and local tax research and related services for large, privately-owned companies and publicly-traded national and international companies alike. Much of his time is spent defending clients during federal, state and local income tax audits.  As a highly-regarded specialist in controversy resolution, he also provides training for other CPA firms in the service of their clients during federal, state, and local tax audits. Mr. Hyatt helps businesses determine which states or local jurisdictions offer the most advantageous tax incentives. He also conducts nexus reviews and planning to help businesses clarify multi-state tax obligations.

The seminar will be held at the Holiday Inn-Research Park, which is located at 5903 University Dr. Northwest in Huntsville. Mr. Hyatt’s presentation begins at 8:30 a.m. and it concludes at 10:30 a.m. Event participants can earn CAC and CPE credit. For more information and to register for the event, contact Christa Dutter at 866.352-9539 or visit http://www.decosimo.com/www/events/540.8691#sthash.RgzOhIKO.dpbs.


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