Small Business Tax Seminar May 19 at SCC
The Small Business Center Network and the N.C. Department of Revenue have teamed to provide tax seminars to small business owners and entrepreneurs for help in understanding the tax obligations for starting a business.
The goal of this seminar, "Tax Implications for Starting a Business," is to make it easier for small business owners to comply with tax laws from the inception of their businesses, in order for the owner to spend more time making his/her business successful.
The seminar is scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, May 19, at the Small Business Center on the campus of Sandhills Community College.
The seminar will be held in room 103 of Van Dusen Hall.
A tax expert from the Department of Revenue's Taxpayer Assistance group will teach the seminar.
Attendees will learn about topics ranging from the proper registration of a business to how to handle complicated withholding challenges to how to pay the right amount of taxes.
This seminar provides all the information on state tax obligations a business owner needs, freeing up the owner's time to focus on growing the business.
"Our goal at the Small Business Center is to help local small business owners and entrepreneurs realize the dream of owning a successful small business," said Marilyn Neely, director of the Small Business Center. "This seminar is a wonderful opportunity to leverage the tax expertise from the N.C. Department of Revenue."
This seminar is one in a series across the state presented through a partnership between the N.C. Department of Revenue and the N.C. Community College System.
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