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Taxes in 2018: Considerations for an omnichannel sales strategy


Today’s retailers must connect with customers when, where and how their customers prefer. This means frequent innovation to create new and better brand experiences across the web, on mobile devices and right next door. Staying ahead of the curve—or even keeping up with it—requires investment.


Integrating traditional and e-commerce sales strategies provides great opportunity for companies. It can also create complexity in the world of taxation.

Join leaders from RSM’s national consumer products practice on Thursday, Jan. 25, as they provide analysis of the key tax issues that may affect a company’s omnichannel strategy in the coming year and beyond.

In this one-hour session, we’ll discuss the key tax issues that companies must consider in 2018, including:

  • State nexus considerations
  • Sales and use taxes
  • Unclaimed property
  • Tax reform implications


Carol  C. Lapidus

National Consumer Products Industry Leader

John Nicolopoulos

National Retail and Restaurant Sector Leader

Matt Talcoff


Mo Bell-Jacobs


Mo examines state and local tax issues and the impact of legislation on middle market companies. Contact him at mo.bell-jacobs@rsmus.com.

Areas of focus: State and Local TaxWashington National Tax

Michael  Giannettino


Event details

Who should attend
Senior accounting, tax and finance professionals in the consumer products industry

Date and time
Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018
2 p.m. ET | 1 p.m. CT
60 minutes

CPE credit
One CPE credit will be issued to eligible participants


More information
Email us or call +1 800 274 3978