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Thursday, April 09, 2009

SBA to Hold Business Tax Clinic April 16

There’s more to starting a business than getting a license. Once you start operations you have to worry about obligations under the tax laws. The U.S. Small Business Administration and Charleston SCORE Chapter 256 will be conducting a free small business clinic entitled “Business Taxes Explained” on Thursday, April 16 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the 4th Floor Conference Room at 405 Capitol Street in Charleston.

Presented by Joetta Kuhn, CPA and SCORE member and Kimberly Donahue, business development specialist for the SBA, attendees will learn about the most common tax reporting requirements, including sales and use tax, payroll taxes, and city taxes.

Participants will have the opportunity for a candid Q&A period with Kuhn. In addition, everyone will receive a West Virginia Tax Calculator, an IRS Tax Calendar, and a Small Business Resource Guide from the SBA.

This clinic is one in a series of free small business clinics. Future clinics and dates are as follows:
“Business Loans— No Hype, Just the Facts” May 7, September 3 and October 1;
“Business Legal Organization and Tax Rates” May 21 and September 17;
“Business Taxes Explained” April 16, August 20 and October 15.

The clinic is open to the public and is offered at no cost. Registration is requested as seating is limited. Individuals can register online at or by calling (304) 347-5463 or (304) 347-5220.


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