After completing this 4-hour course, you'll gain a working knowledge of the important provisions of New Mexico's sales and gross receipts tax rules. Both course instructors will share their knowledge and experience about the application of the tax rules to businesses and the transactions conducted in their states.


  • Determine whether transactions are subject to sales tax, use tax or gross receipts tax
  • Identify key sales and use tax terms and the corresponding definitions
  • Ascertain whether a taxpayer's location requires a sales tax permit
  • Identify the types of governmental entities that impose sales and use taxes
  • Determine the amount of sales tax that applies to a transaction
  • Differentiate between taxable and nontaxable services
  • Identify common issues that arise during sales and use tax audits


Category Amount
Tax 4.00


  • Timothy Van Valen

    Tim Van Valen is a New Mexico attorney with 35 years of experience. For over 25 years, his practice has been devoted almost exclusively to New Mexico taxation issues for businesses, primarily large, multi-state or multinational. Common topics are tax research and planning, litigation and appeals, legislation and government affairs, regulations, private letter rulings, and unique issues relating to business activities involving Native American tribes, nations, and pueblos.

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