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"Handshake On The Internet: Do I Have An Enforceable Contract?" Webinar
February 09, 2016 | 10:00 - 11:00 AM CT

This will be a discussion of the Technology, the Law, and the Latest Developments with the Internet and the e-credit department and what it means to the credit professional.

     * Do you have an E-Contract for the Sale of Goods? We will discuss the elements of an electronic sale of goods, including e-purchase orders, e-invoice and e-credit applications; repudiation of the e-contract; storing e-documents; and e-signature legislation.

     * The Internet, E-Commerce and Legal Issues Affecting the Credit Professional. We will discuss electronic, or digital signatures. What are they? Are digital signatures on credit applications and guarantees valid? We will also review state and federal laws that protect privacy on the internet.

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"Handshake On The Internet: Do I Have An Enforceable Contract?" Webinar
Tuesday - February 09, 2016
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"What To Do When Your Customer Is Acquired, Sold, Merged Or Goes Bankrupt" Webinar
Tuesday - March 08, 2016
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"Credit Department Credibility" Webinar
Monday - March 14, 2016

Sales & Use Tax Exemption Senate Bill 227
By: Dan Shaw,

Gov. Scott Walker signs the tax-exemption bill, Wednesday, December 16th while surrounded by construction industry representatives at the state Capitol in Madison.

Come Jan. 1, contractors will no longer have to pay sales and use taxes on materials bought for various sorts of tax-exempt owners.

Representatives of the construction industry gathered around Gov. Scott Walker in Madison on Wednesday to watch him sign Senate Bill 227 into law. Starting next year, the new law will prevent sales and use taxes from being owed on materials bought for school, local government and other sorts of nonprofit projects.

The exemptions have been sought by industry representatives for years, not so much because they will let contractors keep more money but because they will simplify existing procedures already used to legally avoid paying the taxes.

Current law lets schools, local governments and nonprofit groups avoid sales and use taxes if they directly purchase the construction materials needed for a particular nonprofit project. But if a contractor buys the materials instead, sales and use taxes apply.

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