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May022014

SNHU - Taking Steps to Prevent Business Fraud & Much More!

 

 

The Center for Women’s Business Advancement collaborated with the law firm, Rath, Young and Pignatelli P.C. and the accounting firm, Baker Newman Noyes to address common federal and state tax issues including:

Understanding when items such as home office, meals and entertainment, etc. are deductibles;

If you are starting a business, learn the tax implications if you are a sole proprietor, LLC, S corporation or C corporation; and

Knowing what business activities in a state require you to file a state tax return.

Our four notable tax professionals want to ensure that you can effectively communicate with your CPA and avoid unnecessary costs.

Meet our presenters:

KATHRYN H. MICHAELIS, ESQ.
Kathryn is a shareholder in the Tax Practice Group at Rath, Young and Pignatelli. Kathryn specializes in representing business clients in state tax matters in New England.

ANTONY K. SAYESS, ESQ.
Tony is a member of Rath, Young and Pignatelli’s Tax, Business and Finance Groups, and focuses his practice on federal business taxation and business transactions including New Markets tax credit and Renewable Energy tax credit transactions.

MERRILL BARTER, CPA
Merrill is a senior manager in Baker Newman Noyes’s tax practice specializing in state tax issues with a focus on multi-state compliance and planning. Merrill also has extensive experience in sales and use tax matters.

KRISTIN COSTA, CPA, MBA, MST
Kristin joined the Boston office of Baker Newman Noyes in January of 2012. She is the Senior Tax Manager specializing in small and medium sized enterprises and their owners.

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 

Register: www.cwbanh.com

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

Sponsored by:

 
 
   
 
 
Center for Women’s Business Advancement
Southern New Hampshire University – Madison House

2500 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03106-1045
603.629.4697 | 1.888.988.7778 | cwbanh@snhu.edu

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