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Webinar: Ensure your client’s exemption certificate portfolio is compliant with automation

Your clients may look to their accounting advisor to help them manage compliance of their exemption certificates. Depending on the size of a business and customer base, the complexity can be great.


This webinar will be held on Wednesday, June 26, 2024
Sponsor: Avalara
Duration: 1 Hour

Your clients may look to their accounting advisor to help them manage compliance of their exemption certificates. Depending on the size of a business and customer base, the complexity can be great.  In this webinar, we discuss strategies on how you can help clients with their exemption certificate management needs.  
Join this webinar to learn: 

  • Key reasons why exemption certificate management matters 
  • Tips on some of the best ways to bring efficiency and accuracy to the process 
  • How Avalara products can help you manage exemption certificates 
Program LevelBasic
Field of StudyBusiness Mgmt and Organization
Advance Preparation NeededNone
Delivery MethodGroup Internet-Based
Recommended CPE Credit1 Credit Per 50-Minute Session
Registration InstructionsRegister Online

Presented by:

Maria Tringali has been with Avalara since 2014.  She provides training, education, and support for Avalara’s sales reps, technology and reselling partners, and prospective customers on the importance of getting compliance right, even if very little retail sales tax is charged.  She also provides the same support for business license management, helping businesses with physical locations and onsite projects understand what resources they should leverage to improve their business license application and management process.  
She regularly delivers webinars, CPE courses, and training sessions for CPAs, financial application developers, web developers, finance professionals, and businesses of all kinds, on sales tax and business license compliance, how laws might apply to a business, how to avoid creating liability with tax authorities, and how implementing technology and automation is better than relying on human labor/expertise (or lack thereof) in today’s environment. 

Moderated by:

Gail Perry is the editor-in-chief of CPA Practice Advisor. A veteran of accounting journalism, she also speaks at many accounting events, trade shows, and webinars. Gail is the author of over 30 books (including For DummiesThe Idiot’s Guide to Introductory Accounting, and Surviving Financial Downsizing: A Practical Guide to Living Well on Less Income), and she maintains a small tax practice. Gail is a graduate of Indiana University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism. She returned to school to study accounting at Illinois State University, earned her CPA, and worked for Deloitte in Chicago for several years as a state and local tax accountant. She has taught introductory accounting and personal finance courses, and she is a former computer applications instructor at the Indiana CPA Society. Gail is a member of the AICPA’s PFS Credential Committee.

This FREE online webinar is a continuation of CPA Practice Advisor’s mission to provide unbiased, independent information on technologies available to practicing public accountants and tax professionals.

Special thanks to our sponsor for supporting this educational session:


Avalara is a team of tax experts and technologists behind one solution for your accounting firm. We live and breathe sales tax and license compliance. We help firms confidently and efficiently provide compliance services to their clients.

From independent operators to midsize businesses and Fortune 100 companies, more than 30,000 customers choose Avalara for tax compliance tools scaled to their needs. You’ll find Avalara all around the world helping accounting practitioners, and their clients, prepare for growth in the global market.

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