This course is an introduction to sales and use taxes in Minnesota. It is designed for business owners, bookkeepers, purchasing agents and accountants who need a working knowledge of the law and how to meet their obligations.
After completing this course you will be able to:
Apply the basic sales and use tax concepts for Minnesota and its local taxing jurisdictions to your business.
Recognize the exceptions to the "rule" and the exemptions available.
Identify how sales and use tax law applies to different types of businesses and their business activities.
Identify how and when to use and accept an exemption certificate properly.
Identify the documentation necessary for sales and use tax records.
Complete a sales and use tax return correctly.
Locate several resources that answer your sales and use tax questions.
Continuing Professional Education
You can get Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits when you finish this class.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue is registered with the National Association State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. View details about our CPE courses and NASBA.
Antonette Johnson (Rochester), Amber Hubbard (Mankato), Bill Sumner (St. Paul), Christine Milosevich (Duluth), Dan Heitzman (Duluth and Grand Rapids), Deanna Statz (St. Cloud and St. Paul), Elyse Trumble (St. Paul), Eva Larson (Grand Rapids), James Douglas (St. Paul), Jenna Carlson (St. Paul), Mona Shenouda (St. Paul), Tiffany Alden (St. Cloud), Tressa Bushaw (Mankato), and Troy Lucht (St. Cloud)
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You must register in advance for these classes. All classes are free. You will get an email confirmation. We may cancel a class if there aren’t enough registered participants; if that happens, we’ll notify you five days before the class.
We offer classes at the locations listed below. All classes are offered from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. To register for a class, click on the location you would like to attend.
All sites are handicap accessible. Reasonable accommodations are available for anyone with impaired vision or hearing. Please let us know of any necessary accommodations during your registration.