The world of sales and use tax is comprised of objective facts and subjective theory, and navigating it successfully is both a science and an art.

Diane L. Yetter has an encyclopedic understanding of sales tax and tax technology, yes—but it is her ability to translate complex issues, design creative strategies and share insights in plain English that drives demand for her engagement.


As an author, Diane contributes to Sales & Use Tax Alert and serves as a member of its editorial advisory board; has written articles concerning sales and use tax issues; authored Drop Shipments: Taxation, Compliance and Planning and Multistate Guide to Sales and Use Tax: Manufacturing, both published by CCH; was editor for the 1995-1996 edition of the Information Technology Association of America Software & Services State Tax Report; and recently was accepted as an Advisor, Presenter and Quarterly Contributor of the Managing Accounts Payable Editorial Advisory Board, IOMA’s Institute of Financial Management.