SCORE Accounting Seminar Oct. 4
The Sandhills chapter of SCORE (Counselors to America's Small Business) continues its free "Business Basics" series Tuesday, Oct. 4, with its popular "Accounting for You and Me" seminar.
The seminar will begin at 6 p.m. in room 103 of Van Dusen Hall on the Sandhills Community College campus. SCORE and the Small Business Center of Sandhills Community College jointly sponsor this series of six seminars, a valuable package for every entrepreneur.
To register, call the Small Business Center at (910) 695-3938. Registration will also be available beginning at 5:30 p.m. on the day of the seminar.
"Effective management of a small business requires a comprehensive understanding of its financial aspects," a SCORE news release said. "This dynamic and informative seminar will feature an experienced local accountant, who will make the 'world of accounting' easy to understand."
The program will provide valuable insights and understanding into the key financial documents vital to every business, according to SCORE. The purpose is not to make each attendee an accountant, but a savvy owner who will be able to manage his/her business much more efficiently, knowing how to translate the numbers and look for trends and relationships.
SCORE is a nationwide nonprofit association of experienced business people who provide free, confidential counseling to small business owners. The Sandhills chapter is active in counseling, mentoring and presenting free business seminars.
Anyone wishing to speak to SCORE must first register as a client at www.edmisscore.org/0364, and a counselor will contact you.
In addition to counseling by appointment, the Sandhills chapter has drop-in service, for those who have registered, from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesdays and Fridays at the Moore County Chamber of Commerce building on U.S. 15-501 in Southern Pines. The phone number is (910) 692-3926.
More information on SCORE's counseling activity and a complete description of each seminar can be found at www.sandhillsscore.org.
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