PCC offers free seminar in Licenses, Recordkeeping, and Tax Issues for Small Businesses
Piedmont Community College’s Small Business Center
will offer a free seminar “Licenses, Recordkeeping and Tax Issues for Small Businesses,” on Tuesday, January 26, 6-9 p.m. at the Business Development and Entrepreneurship Center, 105 N. Main St., Roxboro.
Many businesses require permits and licenses from local, county, state and even federal agencies. Federal and State tax requirements are not the only reason to keep good, up-to-date records in your business. While the last thing you want to do is have the IRS or State Department of Revenue hassling you, good recordkeeping habits will allow you to focus on generating revenue rather than worrying about catching up on your bookkeeping.
Participants will gain a solid understanding of taxes required for small business owners and develop the best tax strategy for your business. Become familiar with the latest tax forms and procedures for both state and federal taxes. Discover how everyday business decisions can have tax implications that can affect your bottom line. This seminar is important for both new and experienced business owners.
The presenter, Ed Ormsby has been a small business developer and owner for over twenty years. He provides counseling and consulting services to small business owners. Ormsby is an accredited North Carolina Small Business Center Director (SBCN), Certified REAL, REAL Healthcare and Agri-REAL Entrepreneurial Instructor (NC REAL Enterprises), Certified Nonprofit Board Member Trainer (NC State University Institute for Nonprofits), and Certified Micro-Loan Intake Professional (NC Rural Economic Development Center). He is also the author of “Psst - - - - want to start a business?”, a book that reveals the processes of starting and sustaining a new business.
Ormsby‘s passion for helping others is apparent in the way he conducts his seminars as well as in his personal life. His presentation style is informal and engaging, encouraging participants to interact throughout.
Although the seminar will be offered at no cost to participants, pre-registration is required by January 22. To register, call the BDEC at (336) 599-0032.