SNHU - Federal and State Tax Issues and Your Business.

Now that April 15th has passed, you are probably thinking tax season is over. Not true! If you are a small business owner or thinking of starting a business, now is the time to learn about tax issues for 2014. For example:

Are you thinking of starting a business but unsure of the tax implications if you are a sole proprietor, LLC, S corporation or C corporation?

Do you understand when items such as home office, meals and entertainment, travel, car, etc. are deductibles?

Do you know what is considered reasonable compensation for owners?

Are you confused about the employee v independent contractor status?

Are you aware of the tax implications if you conduct business in a neighboring state?

Do you understand how software and cloud computing transactions are taxed?

The Center for Women’s Business Advancement collaborated with the law firm, Rath, Young and Pignatelli P.C. to answer the above questions and more! We want to ensure that you can effectively communicate with your CPA and avoid unnecessary costs. Our panel of four tax professionals will address the common federal and state tax issues facing small business owners in New Hampshire.

Workshop: Top Federal and State Tax Issues Every Small Business Owner Should Know

When: Thursday, May 8, 2014 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. 

Where: Southern New Hampshire University, Webster Hall, Room 106

Members: $15.00  Non-Members: $25.00 


There are a limited number of scholarships available. Contact the CWBA for more information. (603)629-4697

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