March 21, 2017

Join Crowe Horwath LLP for this informative webinar.

Event Details

CPE Credit Event

This session will focus on the state “other” taxes – sales, unclaimed property, property, and payroll, as noted below. The panel of university tax managers and tax practitioners will tackle some of the tougher compliance issues that affect colleges and universities, and provide planning strategies and best practices for effective tax compliance.
  • Sales tax
    • Tax-exempt status and transactions not covered by exemption
    • Real-life sales tax audit experience
  • Unclaimed property
    • Payroll, student deposits, and other potentially escheatable funds
  • Property tax
    • Current event developments
  • Payroll and state withholding obligations
    • Online learning – remote employees and payroll tax obligations
As a result of participating in this session, you should be able to:
  • Introduce the basic requirements of exemption for each "other" type of state tax;
  • Explain some of the potential tax ramifications for colleges and universities for each "other" type of state tax;
  • Discuss real-life examples of tax audits and identify responses for "other" state tax compliance beyond income tax;
  • Apply best-practice approaches to compliance


Moderator: Nicole Bencik, Partner, Public Sector Tax Services Leader, Crowe Horwath LLP
Speaker 1: Angie Leahy, Tax Manager, Washington University St. Louis
Speaker 2: Michael Quesada, Director of Tax and Compliance, University of San Diego
Speaker 3: Shawn Kane, Partner, State and Local Tax Services Leader, Crowe
Speaker 4: Paul Yoder, Crowe
Speaker 5: Maggie Young, Crowe

Continuing Professional Education

This session is recommended for 1.5 hours of CPE credit in tax.
Additional CPE Information

Program level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced preparation: None
Field of study: Tax

There is no registration fee for participating in this webinar; therefore, there is no cancellation fee.

Note: All participants MUST be logged into the webinar INDIVIDUALLY to receive CPE credit. CPE credit only will be granted in the name of the individual logged into the presentation. Crowe Horwath LLP is unable to grant CPE credit for groups viewing the webinar.

Who Should Attend

Chief financial officers, controllers, finance directors, and audit committee members

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Danielle Morabito.



March 21, 2017
Noon-1:30 p.m. Eastern