Thursday, December 08, 2016 02:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PDT
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New communications services continue to blur the lines of taxability. For example, most transactions for the Internet of Things are not taxable, but then again, some are.

If you are adding mobility to the IoT and don’t know the difference, you could incur an unfunded tax liability without realizing it.

In this webinar, we will show communications service providers how to identify those taxable transactions so that you can avoid unexpected tax issues. We’ll look beyond just the IoT and into the tax consequences of other bundled hardware and communications solutions, advanced communications services and also Over the Top content.

We will also discuss a methodology for the overall communications tax process that will enable you to stay in compliance and on top of your communications industry tax challenges.

This webinar will cover:
  • Communications tax issues specific to the Internet of Things
  • Tax implications of bundled solutions including physical product, data content, software and messaging
  • Taxability of Over the Top Content
  • The one thing you must do prior to selling communications services
  • Four-step model for communications tax compliance

Who should attend:
  • CEOs, CFOs, Tax Directors, Tax Managers, Controllers, Compliance Managers
  • Product Managers, IT Director and IT Managers interested in tax implications
  • Others with an interest in communications tax


Mike Sanders
Vice President, Product Management
Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting

Robert Dumas
Managing Partner and Founder


Carl Ford
CEO and Co-Founder
Crossfire Media