Teri Grahn, CMI, senior manager leads the sales and use tax service area at Redpath and Company and is a certified member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation. She educates clients regarding multi-state sales and use tax compliance and works with them to review internal records, processes, and procedures. Teri conducts research on the taxability of products and services to help clients navigate the unknowns of entering new states and jurisdictions. She also provides consulting on systems setup and invoicing processes to help clients remain compliant. In the case of a sales and use tax audit, Teri supports clients by investigating assessments and answering questions throughout the audit process.
Teri works with clients in various industries including manufacturing and distribution, construction and real estate, and technology. Prior to joining Redpath and Company in 2003, Teri performed sales and use tax audits for the Minnesota Department of Revenue for 9 years.
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