TAS 591: HUGE TAX NEWS for AMAZON SELLERS (Game Changer)

DISCLAIMER:

Scott Voelker is not a CPA, Accountant or Legal Advisor, so please contact your TAX professional and have them see if this new TAX Law will be applied to your business.


Aren’t you ready for some good news to hit the ecommerce sector? If you could pick one area that you’d like to hear good news about when it comes to your business, what would it be? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, you’ll hear from Scott as he welcomes his guest, Josh Bauerle. In his conversation with Scott, Josh breaks the amazing ecommerce news, what the new Trump tax policy means for your bottom line, which business entity you should form, and so much more. Don’t miss a minute of this exciting and informative episode with Josh!

The BIG News!

Here it is, the big news that will help ecommerce sellers like you save money and take your ecommerce business to the next level. You can now deduct one hundred percent of the inventory that you purchase in a given year. This is huge news! You no longer have to worry about that inventory that you bought that failed to sell, you get to write that off. Goodbye, “Inventory tax!” To hear the full break down of this exciting news and what it means for you, make sure to listen to this episode of The Amazing Seller!

Which business entity should you form?

As you get your ecommerce business off of the ground, you might be wondering which business entity you need to create. Here to help navigate the complexity that comes with that question is, Josh Bauerle. According to Josh, there are three different entities you could create for your ecommerce business,

  1. Sole proprietor / general partnership
  2. Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)  
  3. S-corporation

Find out how each entity operates differently and which one is the best fit for your ecommerce business by listening to this helpful episode of The Amazing Seller!

Don’t try to game the system.

Let’s face it, the pressures of building an ecommerce business from the ground up are significant. There is no need to compound your stress by trying to game the system. There have been some substantial changes to the federal tax code that makes it easier for sellers like you to build a successful business the right way. Don’t be tempted to take a shortcut! To hear more about his vital topic from Scott and Josh, make sure to catch this engaging episode of The Amazing Seller!

Changes in your favor.

Are you ready to get your ecommerce business out there and making a profit? The great news is that the government is actually passing policy that will make your life easier! Not only do ecommerce sellers like you get to write off inventory that you purchase, but you also get a twenty percent tax break on your profit! This is wonderful news! Now you can use these funds to expand your business as you look to the future or put that money back into your pocket. For further info on this important development, make sure to listen to this episode of The Amazing Seller!

OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE AMAZING SELLER

  • [0:03] Scott’s introduction to this episode of the podcast!
  • [0:30] Josh Bauerle joins the podcast.
  • [2:15] BIG TAX NEWS!
  • [11:00] What does the new tax policy really mean for your bottom line?
  • [16:00] Which business entity should you form?
  • [22:30] Don’t try to game the system!
  • [25:45] How to connect with Josh.
  • [29:00] Closing thoughts from Scott.

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TAS 591: HUGE TAX NEWS for AMAZON SELLERS (Game Changer)

[INTRODUCTION]

[00:00:03] Scott: Well hey, hey what’s up everyone! Welcome back to another episode of The Amazing Seller Podcast. This is episode number 591 and today we got some big breaking news and I've invited…

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