Free business tax workshop set

Team Radio Marketing Group - January 5, 2017 2:40 pm

Pioneer Technology Center’s Business and Industry Services group is hosting a free Business Tax Workshop from 9 to 11 a.m. Jan. 18 in Room D101 of the Business & Industry Services Building.

Guest instructor for the seminar will be Dewey Brandon of the Oklahoma Tax Commission.

For a new business or an individual thinking about setting up a business in Oklahoma, the workshop offers information on formation, business structures and steps for formation types, such as incorporation steps; a step-by-step guide to business registration, bookkeeping techniques, and a line-by-line explanation of the primary business tax forms.

Workshop participants will learn the keys to sales tax registration and collection, along with helpful tips on rate tables, reporting formats and exemptions.

For an existing business, the workshop offers information on the keys to sales tax registration and collection. Participants will also learn the steps to filling out the various business tax forms and which forms and tax laws have changed based on the latest legislative decisions. While questions are allowed and welcomed during the workshop, time is also allotted afterward for individual questions with the instructor.

“I encourage all potential as well as existing business owners to attend.  It’s important to stay informed regarding the changes that occur each year.  These changes impact day-to-day business operations,” suggests Bonnie Cook, PTC Self-Employment Training Coordinator.

For more information on the Business Tax Workshop at Pioneer Technology Center, call 580-718-4222 to reserve your seat.


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