The IRS has informed OED of numerous events and workshops coming up that could benefit you and your business. Ranging from payroll to small business seminars, these upcoming events are certain to be both interesting and beneficial.
IRS Webinar: Business and Taxes for the Self-Employed (Spanish)
This free one hour web seminar will be presented in Spanish with a live Q&A discussing the information needed to understand how taxes affect your business. Covering types of reporting, tax and payment estimates, deductions, and much more, once the webinar is finished you will receive a certificate of completion.
When: September 26, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Small Business Taxes and Bookkeeping
Learn about important information regarding your tax responsibilities as a small business owner. Find out what taxes to pay and when they are due. This event is health on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Please pre-register by calling 206-553-2664 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: September 27, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Where: Where: 4th and Battery Building – 2401 4th Ave, Suite 450, Seattle
Biz Fair 2012
Learn from experts how to form and run a successful business at the 16th annual Washington Small Business Fair. Sharpen your skills by attending seminars that cover important, up-to-date topics for all types of business owners. Connect with 30 federal, state and local agencies as well as business and trade associations to gather the important information you need.
When: September 29, 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Where: Renton Technical College, 3000 NE 4th St.
Seattle SCORE Workshop
These workshops are designed to develop the skills necessary to start your own successful business.
When: October 3
Where: 4th and Battery Building – 2401 4th Ave, Suite 450, Seattle
Did you know that the IRS web site has been updated? The new site went “live” on August 30. Navigation is the most significant change — there are new colors, new headings and a completely new way to navigate the site. However, to maintain a measure of continuity between the old and new, a pull down menu list called “Information for …” at the top right incorporates virtually all content from the old site under familiar headings such as “Individuals ,” “Businesses” and “Charities & Non-Profits.”
The Washington State Microenterprise Association is convening community-minded and entrepreneurial leaders to share, learn, and discuss the role of micro and small business during this economic recovery. With a focus on innovative approaches, this Symposium will address methods and resources to start, grow, and expand business to create jobs and promote economic independence for underserved individuals and disadvantaged communities.
When: October 25 and 26
Where: Hotel Murano, Downtown Tacoma