CSP and Other Providers

Question 1:  Does a CSP need a power of attorney to discuss a model 1 seller’s return?   ANSWER

Question 2:  Can a CSP change a seller from non-volunteer to a volunteer for purposes of compensation?  ANSWER

Question 3:  Can a Certified Service Provider (CSP) get compensation for a model 1 volunteer seller if the tax is not paid by the due date?   ANSWER

Question 4:  What is a Technology Model?  ANSWER

Question 5:  Who are the Certified Service Providers?  ANSWER   

Question 6:  Who provides a Certified Automated System?   ANSWER  

Question 7:   Who can be contacted if sellers need help with technical problems?  ANSWER 

Question 8:    What is the Definition of volunteer seller for purposes of CSP compensation?
ANSWER

Question 9:  How long does a model 1 seller have between the time they register until they are required to submit their first Simplified Electronic Return (SER)?   ANSWER   

Question 10:
   How are taxes collected from sellers remitted by the Certified Service Provider (CSPs)?   ANSWER   

Question 11:  What is the difference between a CAS and a proprietary system?   ANSWER   

Question 12:  Is there a monetary allowance for CAS users?   ANSWER   

Question 13:  Is there any difference in how audits are performed for a model 1 seller, as opposed to a model 2, model 3 or model 4 seller?   ANSWER

Question 14:  If a model 1 seller registers under Streamlined, does it mean it will be contacted for audit by all fifty states?  ANSWER     

Question 15:  How do I become a Certified Service Provider (CSP)?  ANSWER     

Question 16:
  What is personally identifiable information (PII)?  ANSWER