Welcome CMI-Sales Tax Applicants and Candidates

Pursuing the CMI Professional Designation - a Mark of Distinction in Sales Taxation

The CMI-Sales Tax Application and Brochure outline the program from the application process to maintaining the designation.  Potential Candidates are encouraged to review the CMI Sales Tax Orientation SlideShow for a general overview of the program.  The Sales Tax Eligibility Checklist provides detailed information on how to calculate the 25 education points requirement when completing your CMI Candidacy Application.  For additional useful information, see the CMI Candidate FAQ page.

CMI-Sales Tax Exam Dates & Deadlines

***Please note that the deadline for receipt of applications for the June 2020 Exams has been extended to April 1, 2020.  Please submit applications by email to Emily Archer or notify her by email if you choose to send the application in by mail or fax.****

Applications are now being accepted for our 2020 CMI-Sales Tax Exams. Potential Candidates are encouraged to plan ahead to avoid missing the (firm) application deadline and thus the opportunity to sit for the exam.  Please review the Exam Dates & Deadlines page for upcoming exam dates, locations, and deadlines.  To apply, you may either email, mail, or fax your completed application to the IPT office. 

As of March 2014, full attendance at an IPT Value Added Tax Symposium will now count as 3 points towards the 25 education points required for eligibility for CMI Sales Tax Applicants.  Please note that attendance at an IPT VAT Symposium does NOT meet the 2nd IPT Sales and Use Tax program requirement as defined in the brochure.  

As of November 2016, Sales Tax School II may no longer be challenged to meet the CMI Sales Tax Eligibility Requirements.  Candidates must attend and successfully complete School II to meet the requirement.