SNHU - IRS Form 8300 & Money Laundering




Do you know what an IRS Form 8300 is? Does your business or sole proprietorship receive a large cash payment (more than $10,000) from one buyer for a single or two or more related transactions? Do you want to avoid having the IRS suspect you of money laundering, terrorist financing or drug dealing? 

Join us on July 30th to learn about this requirement and other tax issues relevant to small business owners at our State and Federal Taxes Small Business Owners Should Know workshop. Our panel of experienced professionals from the law firm Rath, Young & Pignatelli and accounting firm Baker Newman Noyes, LLC will address bass-ic state and federal tax issues facing small business owners in New Hampshire. 

In the interim, you can read more about IRS Form 8300 on our website at and click the link under Taxes. 


When: Thursday, July 30, 2015 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Where: Southern New Hampshire University, Nashua Campus, Room 3, 546 Amherst St, Nashua, NH 03063

Presenters: Kathryn H. Michaelis, Shareholder, Rath, Young & Pignatelli, PC; Merrill E. Barter, Tax Senior Manager, Baker Newman Noyes LLC; and Stephanie Leary, Tax Manager, Baker Newman Noyes LLC

Cost: Free CWBA Member(use coupon code MemberBasics at checkout); $10 Non-Member

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Sponsored by:


Center for Women’s Business Advancement

Southern New Hampshire University

Madison House

2500 North River Road, Manchester, NH 03106

tel: 603.629.4697