In addition to state workshops, please visit the Small Business Taxes: The Virtual Workshop page for instructional, interactive lessons designed to help new small business owners learn their tax rights and responsibilities.
Visit the IRS Video portal for video and audio presentations on topics of interest to small businesses.
If you live near a state line, please look for workshops in nearby cities of the bordering state.
Event: FAQs of Starting a Small Business
Date(s): Varies by Workshop
Location: Commerce Lexington, 330 E. Main Street, Lexington, KY 40507
Contact: Becky Marefat; Phone: 859-257-7666; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Information: This 1.5 hour seminar is a collection of the most popular questions Small Business Development Center counselors get asked in their counseling sessions. Topics cover everything from: Should I hire my family to work for me? to How much money do you think I need? All presented in a fun and interactive way by trained SBDC counselors. The Internal Revenue Service is providing IRS small business products for this workshop. For more information on this and other workshops available, visit the Bluegrass Small Business Development Center Web site.
Sponsored by: Bluegrass Small Business Development Center
Event: Start Your Business Right
Time: Varies by Workshop
Location: Varies by Workshop (Louisville area)
Contact: Janet Sorg; Phone: 502-574-1378; E-mail: Janet.Sorg@louisvilleky.gov
Event Information: Are you ready to own your own business? Starting a business requires a great deal of organization and many steps. Before you jump in head-first, find out how to avoid common mistakes that small business owners make. Learn the basics of starting a business, including business tax and licensing issues, legal entity choices, financing options and business plan development. This 2-hour seminar is taught by a Louisville Small Business Development Center consultant. For dates, times and location, visit the Kentucky Small Business Development Center Web site and select Louisville SBDC as the Center.
Sponsored by: Louisville Small Business Development Center