This course provides an overview of Minnesota and North Dakota sales and use tax laws for companies that do business in both states. It is designed for business owners, bookkeepers, purchasing agents and accountants who need a working knowledge of each state’s laws and how to meet their obligations.
By the end of this class you will know:
- If you need to register for sales and use taxes in North Dakota, Minnesota or both states
- Sales and Use Tax basics for Minnesota, North Dakota and their local taxing jurisdictions
- The major differences between Minnesota and North Dakota laws
- How the laws apply to different types of businesses
- Practical tips on how to manage Sales and Use Tax obligations for both states
- How, and when, to use or accept an exemption certificate
- The available resources in Minnesota and North Dakota
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.
Kristi Doyle (Minnesota Department of Revenue) and John Quinlan (North Dakota Tax Department)
The table below lists class times and locations.
|Fargo, N.D. FULL
||April 25, 2013
||9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
You must register in advance for these classes. All classes are free. You will get a confirmation letter including a map and directions to the training site. We may cancel a class if there aren’t enough registered participants; if that happens, we’ll notify you five days before the class.
You may register in any of the following ways:
Note: When registering by email or phone, you must include your mailing address, phone number and the name, date and location of the class you wish to attend.
All sites are handicap accessible. Reasonable accommodations are available for anyone with impaired vision or hearing. Please let us know at least 15 days before the class if you need such services.