Income Tax Myths and Facts – Small Business Owners’ Responsibilities

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Income Tax Myths and Facts – Small Business Owners’ Responsibilities

Friday, February 10, 2017, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, HCC Spring Branch, Commons

Many individuals and small business owners are unaware of their tax responsibilities. This workshop clarifies common misconceptions on these topics:

  1. Overview– Business Tax Structure.
  2. Calculating Taxes – different types; and who should pay them.
  3. Consequences of failing to file and pay taxes.
  4. Federal Business Tax Forms and whether to do it yourself or hire a tax expert.
  5. State Business Income Tax (Franchise Tax) – how to calculate it and report it.
  6. Payroll Taxes including:  Social Security, Medicare, Federal, State and Unemployment Taxes.
  7. Calculating Payroll Taxes– when to pay
  8. Contract Employees vs. Employees– Tax differences
  9. Sales Tax– a business owner’s responsibilities

Come listen, learn and talk with your tax accountant. Invest in peace of mind.

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In order to avoid penalty and interest (which accrues on February 1st), your annual assessment payment must be postmarked by January 31st.

Payments should be made payable to the District and mailed to:
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P. O. Box 73109
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