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Anne Heffington

Managing Director

As a Managing Director in Dallas, Anne Heffington is responsible for leading the Tax Advisory practice at Riveron, focused on supporting clients in the areas of accounting for income tax, transaction tax, sales and use tax, and general tax consulting.

At Riveron I am given the opportunity to work with talented people and continuously develop the tax practice to better serve our diverse group of clients.
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Background

Anne Heffington brings over  20 years of experience in accounting and financial leadership roles including establishing tax efficient structures, minimizing cash taxes, overseeing ASC 740 global tax accounting, and leading the integration of acquired businesses. She has significant experience with both public and private companies across a variety of industries including software development, services, and retail.

In previous roles she has led her organization in restructuring and integrating an acquired businesses (effectively doubling the company’s size and global footprint) and has modeled different tax structures under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (Tax Reform Act) focusing on the impacts to federal and international taxes.

At Riveron, Anne serves as the leader of the Tax Advisory practice, supporting clients through a wide variety of tax-related decisions to help yield beneficial results. 

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, Baylor University
  • Certified Public Accountant

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