Year End Tax Planning Workshop, Nov. 4, 2015

Score Small Business Tax Workshop

A Presentation and Discussion of “Making The Right Year-End Decisions”

By April 2016 it is too late to impact your 2015 taxes. The year is already done! BUT there is still time to make some moves before December 31, 2015!

Learn what to do to minimize your taxes, as well as review a checklist of year-end steps to ensure your compliance with the 2015 tax requirements.

Next you need a proactive plan so that you take the right actions for the 2016 tax year.

All this, plus learn about recent tax law changes, compliance issues and simple strategies for minimizing taxes.

Presenter: Bev Stitley

Join your professional colleagues for an interactive workshop with Bev Stitley, Managing Partner of Saunders Tax and Accounting, Inc. She is also a recent Amazon Best Selling Author of “Why Didn’t My CPA Tell Me that? Small Business Write Offs Conventional Tax Advisors Miss” that was released in April 2014.

Mrs. Stitley is a Certified Tax Coach with expert knowledge in the area of taxes specializing in small businesses. She is also recognized by the IRS as an Enrolled Agent.

Bring your questions and concerns to share in this open forum discussion.

When: Wednesday, November 4, 6:30 – 8:00 Pm

Where: Technical Innovation Center, Room 323, 20140 Scholar Drive, Hagerstown Community College, Hagerstown, MD 21742.

Cost: The workshop is FREE!

Please RSVP at 301-766-2043 or email: Hagerstown@scorevolunteer.org.

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