Harrisburg, PA —
New business owners will have the opportunity to learn important tax tips on March 10 in Allentown during a seminar hosted by the Department of Revenue and the Lehigh University Small Business Development Center.
The free seminar, Pennsylvania Tax Tips for New Business Owners, is a continuation of a program the Department of Revenue developed to provide entrepreneurs with information on state tax obligations and help them achieve success in managing their new businesses. The seminar will be led by department tax experts who routinely work with the public and recognize the challenges that many new business owners are facing.
“We have connected with many members of the business community since we started these seminars more than two years ago,” Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell said. “The seminars provide us with a great opportunity to start a dialogue with new business owners and give them information that will help them build a strong foundation for future success.”
The seminar will focus on filing obligations important for new business owners to know, taxes they should be aware of, effective record keeping, resources available to business owners and other tips for success. What:
Pennsylvania Tax Tips for New Business OwnersWhen:
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
10 a.m. – NoonWhere:
Workforce Board Lehigh Valley (PA CareerLink Lehigh Valley Auditorium)
555 Union Blvd.
Allentown, PA 18109Registration:Pennsylvania Tax Tips for New Business OwnersNote:
There is no registration fee for this seminar and seating is limited.
For additional information, please visit www.lehigh.edu/sbdc
, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact the Lehigh University Small Business Development Center at 610-758-3980.
The seminar is part of the department’s drive to further Governor Wolf’s goal of creating Government that Works. The department also encourages business owners to visit the PA Business One-Stop Shop at business.pa.gov
. The One-Stop Shop includes resources for planning a business, registration and permitting, hiring employees, receiving funding, technical assistance and more.
For more information on the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, visit the department’s pages on Facebook
Jeffrey Johnson, 717-787-6960