Tax workshops at GCCC in October

9/7/2013

The Kansas Small Business Development Center at Garden City Community

The Kansas Small Business Development Center at Garden City Community

College and the Kansas Department of Revenue will be hosting tax

workshops in October in Garden City for small business owners and

contractors, as well as their office managers and/or bookkeepers.

Each workshop will be presented by specialists from the Department of

Revenue and will cover current state tax laws, including the Kansas

Sales Tax and Compensating Use Tax, Withholding Tax and other related

Kansas tax issues. A representative from the Kansas Department of Labor

will present an overview of the Kansas unemployment tax requirements and

filing process. The workshop qualifies participants for continuing

professional education credit.

A general business tax workshop is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 8,

followed by a different session for contractors from 6 to 8 p.m. Both

will take place in Room 2024 on the top floor of the GCCC Student and

Community Services Center. Advance registration is required, and a $10

registration fee will be charged. The fee will allow attendance at both

the general business and contractor sessions.

Information and registration are available by contacting the KSBDC at

276-9632 or via email at ksbdc@gcccks.edu. Classes require seven or

more and are subject to cancellation.

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