Lessons for Tomorrow Podcast: Tax Complexities for the Ecommerce Space with Avalara

Avalara is a leader in tax automation software. They provide pre-built connectors and custom integrations into leading accounting, ERP, ecommerce, and other business applications making tax compliance simple for customers.

In this episode, our host, Tim Ahlenius, talks to two tax directors on Avalara's Professional Services team, Mary Cho and Troy Bluske. They discuss the evolution of tax in the ecommerce space, breaking down marketplace facilitators and nexus laws. Lastly, they take a look into the future of how the uprising of cryptocurrency, NFTs, and the metaverse will eventually be a part of the taxation space.

The economy is consistently changing, and businesses have to be up to date with their compliance. For more information about being tax compliant for your business, check out Avalara's recent report on the changes in the taxation space here: Avalara's Tax Compliance Guide for Businesses

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About: The Lessons for Tomorrow podcast is centered around conversations between industry experts sharing insights from the past, to apply in the present, to achieve success in the future. This podcast is the "motivational poster" in your ear; each episode is centered around conversations which motivate you to tackle new initiatives at your organization. We will be talking with some of the best and brightest minds in technology and marketing and will hear from the experts themselves about their latest experiences, their most recent challenges and the road ahead. Every episode has a different story, a different answer, a different approach.

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Bryan Winger is a Podcast Producer with Americaneagle.com. He began his career in broadcasting back in Minnesota, producing for several radio stations and syndicated shows throughout the Twin Cities. He has over 5 years of experience in the broadcasting industry, before joining the team at Americaneagle.com. He enjoys playing golf and hockey, watching football on Sundays, and producing music for fun.

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