LECTURE SCRIPT (you can also turn on close captioning by clicking the CC button):

Welcome to the WHAT DOES A TAX DEPARTMENT DO course.

In this course, you will learn what a tax department is, what it does, and how it should operate.


By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the four basics steps of every tax department
  • Understand and identify the most important step in the tax department process
  • Identify the most important things to know about items bought or sold within a company

You’ll learn the four steps of a tax department, and to how to recognize and identify the most important steps.

We will breakdown the tax process, and you’ll see how it is done correctly to avoid costly audits.

The course also contains a lecture with answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about tax departments.

By the end of the course, you’ll know what a tax department does, how it should work, and more importantly, you’ll be able to explain it others so sound decisions can be made.

Each section contains a short review quiz covering what you should have learned.

These are not graded or recorded and can be taken as many times as needed.

The final exam IS graded, and you will need a 70% passing grade to quality for the CPE credit and course certificate.

Below each lecture you’ll find many common words defined, as well as the complete written text of each lecture.

You can use CONTROL-F in your browser to search this text should you need to find something.

Each lecture is close captioned, so you can click on the CC button to turn the captions on, and by clicking the arrow, follow along with the text of the lecture.

Click in the caption text to jump to that part in the lecture or search the captions to find what you’re looking for.

Finally, this full course script is included below this video in case you need it.

Simply click on the link and save the file to your computer, preferably on the desktop for easy access.

If you have any questions regarding your course, you can send an email to [email protected] and someone will respond promptly.

There’s a lot to cover, so let’s get started!