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Taxpayers who are contacted for audit by the Nevada Department of Taxation should be prepared to support their reporting of taxable sales. In such a case that the taxpayer and Department disagree on an audit outcome, there is an appeal process. This talk will help take the guesswork out of the audit and appeal process so that lawyers may better advise their clients with respect to the Nevada Department of Taxation. Additionally, a few of the frequently encountered errors will be discussed.

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FACULTY

Yvonne Nevarez-Goodson has been with the State of Nevada since 2001, recently appointed as the Chief Deputy Executive Director of the Department of Taxation in July 2022. Her extensive background includes serving as the Executive Director/Counsel for the Nevada Commission on Ethics for 12 years and holding various legal roles within the state, such as Deputy General Counsel for the Nevada System of Higher Education and Senior Deputy Legislative Counsel. In addition to private practice experience, she brings legal, administrative, budgetary, and legislative expertise to her new role, where she’ll represent the Director in agency operations and strategic planning, contribute to regulatory development, and consult on legal matters with the Nevada Attorney General’s Office. Yvonne holds a law degree from McGeorge School of Law and is a Certified Public Manager.

Jennifer Roebuck began her state of Nevada career at the Gaming Control Board in 1998. She transferred to Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) in 2002 and then to Department of Taxation in 2005. Roebuck has held a variety of positions throughout her state career in administrative functions, public service, revenue and audit, and management. As part of her ongoing education, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting at Western Governors University, Nevada in 2017 and is a Certified Public Manager. She incorporates her experience and education into the Deputy role and is honored to serve the state of Nevada with the Department’s Compliance staff. Roebuck was appointed January of 2022 as Deputy Director of Compliance. She provides oversight to the Compliance Division which includes the revenue and audit Department functions.

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01/23/2024 12:00:0001/23/2024 13:00:00America/Los_AngelesCLE: Taking the Mystery out of Sales Tax Audits

Taxpayers who are contacted for audit by the Nevada Department of Taxation should be prepared to support their reporting of taxable sales. In such a case that the taxpayer and Department disagree on an audit outcome, there is an appeal process. This talk will help take the guesswork out of the audit and appeal process so that lawyers may better advise their clients with respect to the Nevada Department of Taxation. Additionally, a few of the frequently encountered errors will be discussed.

_______________________________________________________________________ FACULTY Yvonne Nevarez-Goodson has been with the State of Nevada since 2001, recently appointed as the Chief Deputy Executive Director of the Department of Taxation in July 2022. Her extensive background includes serving as the Executive Director/Counsel for the Nevada Commission on Ethics for 12 years and holding various legal roles within the state, such as Deputy General Counsel for the Nevada System of Higher Education and Senior Deputy Legislative Counsel. In addition to private practice experience, she brings legal, administrative, budgetary, and legislative expertise to her new role, where she'll represent the Director in agency operations and strategic planning, contribute to regulatory development, and consult on legal matters with the Nevada Attorney General's Office. Yvonne holds a law degree from McGeorge School of Law and is a Certified Public Manager. Jennifer Roebuck began her state of Nevada career at the Gaming Control Board in 1998. She transferred to Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) in 2002 and then to Department of Taxation in 2005. Roebuck has held a variety of positions throughout her state career in administrative functions, public service, revenue and audit, and management. As part of her ongoing education, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting at Western Governors University, Nevada in 2017 and is a Certified Public Manager. She incorporates her experience and education into the Deputy role and is honored to serve the state of Nevada with the Department’s Compliance staff. Roebuck was appointed January of 2022 as Deputy Director of Compliance. She provides oversight to the Compliance Division which includes the revenue and audit Department functions.
Reno, NV
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01/23/202401/23/2024
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