The CONSTRUCTION TAXATION IN TEXAS course gives professionals a firm understanding of the tax rules related to the construction industry in Texas. By the end of this course, you will know whether a contractor is treated as a customer or retailer (depending on the situation) and how that effects contractors in regards to sales tax. You will also learn how Texas distinguishes between real property and tangible personal property, how different types of work performed are taxed, and much more.
By the end of this course will be able to:
- Identify how Texas defines a "contractor" and understand the limitations of this definition
- Categorize non-taxable and taxable construction services
- Identify the different types of construction contracts
- Handle special situations that effect how construction services are taxed
CPE COURSE INFORMATION:
- Delivery Method: Web-based Self-study (QAS)
- Course Level: Intermediate
- Credits: 1.0
- Field of Study: Taxes
- Prerequisites: None
- Advanced Preparation: None
- Refund Policy: 7 Days after enrollment
- Published Date: September 2018
- Certificate of Completion: Yes (on 70% successful exam score)
- Exam Expires: One Year from Enrollment Date
LENGTH: 0:32 | 9 VIDEOS | Close Captioned
AUDIENCE: Business and Tax Professionals
RESULT: Understand Construction Tax Rules in Texas
WHAT THE COURSE FEE COVERS: The entire CONSTRUCTION TAXATION IN TEXAS course - 9 close captioned lectures watchable on any computer, smart phone or device, downloadable scripts, interim quizzes, a final course exam, accreditation certificates delivered via email, a LinkedIn compatible course badge, 1.0 credits on 70% successful final exam completion, and access to this course forever.
"Thank you for providing this lecture! Construction rules are hard. I thought the course was clear, concise, and very helpful." - Margaret D. | Tax Attourney
Mr. Ken Webster – Instructor/Executive TTR, Inc.
Mr. Webster is an executive at TTR and leads TTR’s research group, which is composed of attorneys and tax professionals across the country from New York to Oregon. Mr. Webster and his team have decades of experience in tax research and the practical application of tax laws and rules.
Mr. Webster holds an undergraduate degree from Boise State and two law degrees – a J.D. from the University of Idaho and an LL.M from Lewis and Clark Law School.
He enjoys spending time with his family, reading, cooking, and rooting for his favorite hockey team – the Washington Capitals.
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