602S | OSCPA Virtual | July 19
OSCPA Lunch + Learn: Basic Sales Tax Overview for CPAs - Virtual
Tuesday, July 19, 2022 12:00pm - 1:00pm
This month's event is sponsored by the OSCPA Young Accounting Professionals Committee. As part of your OSCPA membership your registration for this event is FREE*. The topic and speaker for this specific event will be updated at a later date.
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*Must be a member in good standing at the time of the course. Members are not automatically registered and must sign up to attend as registration is available.
- Gain a high-level understanding of important sales tax issues that CPAs commonly encounter
- Share experiences or questions that other CPAs may benefit from
- Brent L. Watson (view bio)
Oklahoma Young Accounting Professionals
Brent L. Watson
Brent Watson, CPA, is the Principal at SALTA, PLLC, which he founded in September, 2017 after leaving an international accounting firm. He has more than 30 years of practice in sales tax, property tax, and tax incentive programs. Throughout his career, Watson has specialized in building systems of compliance and working with clients to educate personnel to simplify and improve sales tax processes and in building rapport with taxing authorities to effectively resolve tax issues on behalf of clients in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Watson launched the non-income tax group at Tyson Foods in 1990, then led that group for 10 years. He has 13 years of experience as a consultant and has extensive experience in the manufacturing, oil and gas, construction, and multi-state retailing industries. He has taught seminars for Lorman Education Services, is a frequent speaker for the Oklahoma Society of CPAs and COPAS; and has authored numerous articles in the OSCPA Focus magazine as well as the COPAS Accounts magazine.
Watson is a certified Avalara implementation partner and a member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation, Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Tulsa Chapter of the Oklahoma Society.