Local Financial Experts To Help Entrepeneurs & Small Business Owners Successfully Plan for Tax Season
Sponsored by the Washington DC Economic Partnership, the Business Premier Event Features Panel of Experts Offering Practical Tax Filing Tips and Guidance to Small Business Community
Contact: Natalie M. Cofield
Director, Industry & Business Development
January 7, 2008
Washington, D.C.—With the tax season just around the corner, January is the time of year when individuals begin organizing financial records in preparation for Uncle Sam. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs and small business owners don’t have a comprehensive understanding on tax requirements, which can negatively affect their businesses. Recognizing this need in the business community, the Washington, DC Economic Partnership will host a Business Premier event to help entrepreneurs and small business owners improve their tax preparation skills. The event will feature local financial experts discussing the benefits of successful tax preparation to a business’ bottom line and the many financial reporting tools available to all businesses.
- The Honorable Jack Evans, DC Councilmember (Ward 2), Chair of the Committee on Finance and Revenue
- Dr. Natwar M. Gandhi, Chief Financial Officer, Government of the District of Columbia
- Glen Groff, Director of Compliance Administration, DC Office of Tax and Revenue
- Dwayne Holt, Partner, Beers and Cutler
- Peter Justin, President and CEO, Mybizhomepage.com
- Business Premier Event for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses
- Wednesday, January 16, 2007
- Washington DC Economic Partnership
- 1495 F Street, NW
- Washington, DC 20004
The event is free to the public and registration is required by Friday, January 11, 2008. Individuals may register at www.wdcep.com and click on “Economic Partnership Events or call 202/661-8670. Seating is limited for this event.
BusinessPremier is the premier business retention and expansion program for the Nation’s Capital. The program, an initiative of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership, is designed to help businesses remain and thrive in the District of Columbia.
The WDCEP is a 501(c)3 non-profit, public/private partnership dedicated to promoting business opportunities throughout DC and contributing to business retention and attraction activities. For more information visit www.wdcep.com.