WI/MN Sales and Use Tax Basics

The Wisconsin and Minnesota Departments of Revenue will present a series of free sales and use tax seminars. The seminars will provide an overview of Minnesota and Wisconsin sales and use tax laws for companies that do business in both states. These are basic sales and use tax classes designed for business owners, bookkeepers, purchasing agents and accountants who need a working knowledge of each state's laws and how to meet their obligations. Topics covered will include:

  • Who needs to register for sales and use taxes in Minnesota, Wisconsin or both states
  • What cities, counties and other jurisdictions in each state have local taxes
  • What's taxable in each state
  • Exceptions to the general taxation rules and exemptions
  • How and when to use or accept an exemption certificate

You are invited to attend any of the following seminars, free of charge.

Registration

Although all these classes are free, you must register in advance. You will get a confirmation letter including a map and directions to the training site. We may cancel a class if there aren't enough registered participants; if that happens, we'll notify you five days before the class.

You may register in any of the following ways:

Note: When registering by email or phone, you must include your mailing address, phone number and the name, date, and location of the class you wish to attend.

Date and timeLocationSubject
Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 8:30-12:30
(CLASS FULL)
Hudson House Grand Hotel
1616 Crestview Drive
Hudson, WI
Basic sales and use tax information for general business
Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 8:30-12:30Minnesota Department of Revenue Office
Paulucci Building
525 South Lake Avenue #405
Duluth, MN
Basic sales and use tax information for general business
Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 8:30-12:30Onalaska Omni Center
255 Riders Club Road
Onalaska, WI
Basic sales and use tax information for general business
Thursday, November 1, 2018, 8:30-12:30Hudson House Grand Hotel
1616 Crestview Drive
Hudson, WI
Basic sales and use tax information for general business

August 16, 2018