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North Carolina Tax Workshops, Meetings and Seminars

If you live near a state line, please look for tax workshops, meetings and seminars in nearby cities of the bordering state.

CHARLOTTE

Title: Simple Steps for Starting Your Business (Session 1)
Date: September 23, 2014
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Location: Packard Place, “The Garage” Meeting Area, 222 Church Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
Contact: Robert Carroll; Phone: 704-344-6576; Email: charlottescore47@carolina.rr.com
Event Information:
This free introductory workshop focuses on the basics of testing your business idea and identifying the key factors that influence start-up success. IRS will provide small business materials for the workshop. For additional information and to register online, visit the Charlotte SCORE website, call 704-344-6576 or email charlottescore47@carolina.rr.com.  
Sponsored By: SCORE Chapter 47

Title: Back to Basics: Starting, Operating & Maintaining
Date: See below
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: Beatties Ford Library, 2412 Beatties Ford Road, Charlotte, NC 28216
Contact: Jeremy Lytal; Phone: 704-416-3000; Email: jlytal@cmlibrary.org
Event Information: The following workshops and parking are free. The instructor is Fred Parker, Attorney. IRS will provide small business materials for the workshops.

To register, visit the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. Registration is encouraged. At the time of this posting, these events were not listed, so check back periodically.

September 10, 2014 - Part I, Basic
Business Organization and Recordkeeping – What You Need to Know: This workshop will discuss the difference between a sole proprietor, partnership and corporation; the importance of record keeping; what you should keep and for how long. Participants will also get an overview of their tax responsibilities as a small business. Relevant NC state tax updates and changes to the withholding requirements will be discussed.

September 17, 2014 - Part II, Intermediate
Employees, Payroll, & Taxes - What You Need to Know: This workshop will explain the filing requirements as it relates to various business organizations, including sole proprietors; partnerships and corporations. Various business expenses that may be deducted in the course of business will be discussed. Another topic of discussion is defining an independent contractor and an employee and the importance of knowing the difference. Participants will leave with an understanding of what is required when hiring an independent contractor or an employee as it relates to federal taxes. Also included is a message for all Schedule C filers that will further educate you on your tax responsibilities.
Sponsored By: Mecklenburg County Library, Beatties Ford Road

MATTHEWS

Title: Starting, Operating & Maintaining A Successful Business
Date: See below
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: Matthews County Library, Meeting Room, 230 Matthews Station Street, Matthews, NC 28105
Contact: Laura Highfill; Phone: 704-416-5000; Email: lhighfill@cmlibrary.org
Event Information: The following workshops and parking are free. IRS will provide small business materials. Registration is optional, but encouraged. To register, visit the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library or email your request to evette.davis@irs.gov. At the time of this posting, these events were not listed, so check back periodically.

September 18, 2014 - Part I, Basic
Business Organization and Recordkeeping – What You Need to Know: This workshop will discuss the difference between a sole proprietor, partnership and corporation; the importance of record keeping; what you should keep and for how long. Participants will also get an overview of their tax responsibilities as a small business. Relevant NC state tax updates and changes to the withholding requirements will be discussed.

September 25, 2014 - Part II, Intermediate:
Employees, Payroll, & Taxes - What You Need to Know: This workshop will explain the filing requirements as it relates to various business organizations, including sole proprietors; partnerships and corporations. Various business expenses that may be deducted in the course of business will be discussed. Another topic of discussion is defining an independent contractor and an employee and the importance of knowing the difference. Participants will leave with an understanding of what is required when hiring an independent contractor or an employee as it relates to federal taxes. Also included is a message for all Schedule C filers that will further educate you on your tax responsibilities.
Sponsored By: Matthews County Library

WINTERVILLE

Title: Back to Basics: Tax Information for Small Businesses
Date: September 23 & October 21, 2014
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Pitt Community College, 1966 Pitt Tech Road, Winterville, NC 28590
Contact: Evette Davis; Phone: 704-548-4350; Email: evette.davis@irs.gov
Event Information: Registration is not required, but recommended and free parking. The instructor is Karen Spruill. IRS will provide small business materials for these classes.
To register call 252-493-7528 or visit the Pitt Community College website. At the time of this posting, these classes were not posted, so check back periodically.

September 23, 2014 - Part I, Basic
Business Organization and Recordkeeping – What You Need to Know

We will discuss the difference between a sole proprietor, partnership and corporation; the importance of record keeping; what you should keep and for how long. Participants will also get an overview of their tax responsibilities as a small business.

October 21, 2014 - Part II, Intermediate
Employees, Payroll, & Taxes - What You Need to Know

We will explain the filing requirements as it relates to various business organizations, including sole proprietors; partnerships and corporations. We will also discuss various business expenses that may be deducted in the course of business. We will define an independent contractor and an employee and explain the importance of knowing the difference. Participants will leave with an understanding of what is required when hiring an independent contractor or an employee as it relates to federal taxes. We have also included a message for ALL Schedule C filers that will further educate you on your tax responsibilities.
Sponsored By: Pitt Community College


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