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Smart Tax Strategies for eCommerce Businesses - PART 2
You're running a successful ecommerce business. Well done! However, in order to keep your business running successfully, you need to understand the impact that tax has on it.

Part 1 of this webinar series was such a great success, with so many questions, that we only got through half the material we'd planned!

But that material is really valuable, too, so we're having a Part 2.

Join LedgerGurus and Tanner Co for this webinar, where you will learn effective tax strategies for your ecommerce business.

In this webinar, you will learn:
How to structure and prepare for an exit
Favorable tax elections
What to do about the ERC (Employee Retention Credit)


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Stephen Brown
COO @LedgerGurus
Stephen is the COO at LedgerGurus, a growing virtual accounting company that is highly specialized in ecommerce. LedgerGurus helps ecommerce businesses profitably grow and make key business decisions based on timely, accurate financial data.
Steve DeWidt
Tax Senior Manager @Tanner Co.
Steve has 10 years of public accounting experience serving clients in a variety of industries, with a focus in technology, manufacturing, and life sciences. He has helped companies with federal and state income tax compliance, merger and acquisition transactions, and international tax issues. His primary focus at Tanner is corporate tax and accounting for income taxes under ASC 740 for large public companies down to small private businesses. Prior to joining Tanner, Steve worked in the biotechnology and healthcare industries for over 8 years. He earned a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology from Brigham Young University and a Master of Accounting with a tax emphasis from the University of Utah. Steve is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants.
Heather Allen
Tax Partner @Tanner Co.
Heather has over 18 years of experience serving public and private companies. Prior to joining Tanner, she was with a Big 4 accounting firm in Salt Lake City. Heather has experience from serving companies in multiple industries including technology, construction, manufacturing, consumer products, real estate, private investment, and professional services. Heather understands multiple phases of tax consulting and compliance, including issues related to C corporations, mergers and acquisitions, international tax, and flowthrough entities. Heather graduated at the top of her class from Utah State University and currently serves on the School of Accountancy’s advisory board. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants.