Navigating Taxes for Small Businesses: What Is Important For Small Business Owners?
Are you a Small Business Owner or Aspiring Entrepreneur?
If, Yes, then this Webinar is For You.
Join the New Jersey Business Action Center, New Jersey Small Business Development Centers, and Morris County Economic Development Alliance for a complementary joint program “Navigating Taxes for Small Businesses: What Is Important For Small Business Owners?” on Monday, November 13th, 3 PM on Zoom.
This Interactive Program will feature Brief Presentations from the New Jersey Business Action Center, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and New Jersey Division of Taxation.
- 3:00 PM – 3:05 PM: Welcome & Program Overview by Craig Schlosser, President & CEO, Morris County Economic Development Alliance and Kelly Brozyna, CEO & State Director, New Jersey Small Business Development Centers
- 3:05 PM- 3:10: Moderator Introduction & New Jersey Business Action Center Overview: Anthony Martinez, Assistant Manager, Office of Small Business Advocacy, New Jersey Business Action Center
- 3:10 PM – 3:25 PM: What Is Important for Small Business Owners Presented by the New Jersey Division of Taxation, Abra M. Watson, Acting Supervisor, Taxation University, NJ Division of Taxation
- 3:25 PM – 3:40 PM: What Is Important for Small Business Owners Presented by the Taxpayer Advocate Service (IRS), Darol Tucker, Taxpayer Advocate
- 3:40 PM – 3:45 PM: Question and Answer from the Audience Moderated by Craig Schlosser, President & CEO, Morris County Economic Development Alliance and Kelly Brozyna, CEO & State Director, New Jersey Small Business Development Centers
- 3:45 PM: Program Concludes
About Our Event Partners
Morris County Economic Development Alliance
The Morris County Economic Development Alliance (MCEDAlliance) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization committed to providing market-centric solutions and building strong relationships which drive tourism, community, and regionalized economic development through effective private-public partnerships.
New Jersey Business Action Center
The NJ Business Action Center (NJBAC) offers specialized and expert support to all businesses through the Live Chat at New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC) or by calling 1-800-JERSEY-7. Housed within the NJ Department of State, the business community can rely on the NJBAC as a “one-stop” resource for navigating government in the state. Need the latest updates on the state’s licensing and permitting laws? Want a practical checklist for starting a business? The NJBAC has the information business owners need. Here are a few NJBAC resources that are useful to business owners –at no cost: Financial Options, Export Assistance, Location Scouting, Permitting Assistance, Municipal Zoning, Tax Compliance, Cannabis Licensing and so much more.
New Jersey Small Business Development Centers
The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC) network provides comprehensive assistance to small and medium businesses (SMBs) to maximize opportunities for growth and generate economic impact statewide.
The New Jersey Small Business Development Center was established by Congress in 1978 as one of the first national SBDC pilot projects resulting from the passage of Public Law 96-302. Today, the NJSBDC network is composed of the headquarters located at Rutgers Business School – Newark and New Brunswick, 11 full-service regional centers, and an additional 28 affiliate (or satellite) offices located throughout the state. Regional centers are hosted by and affiliated with two and four-year college and university business programs with a major footprint for comprehensive small business assistance and outreach.
NJSBDC Directors and consultants are paid, proven professionals with graduate-level degrees in business and many years of practical experience with bottom-line responsibility. Working for the NJSBDC is their career of choice which continually challenges them with formulating strategic solutions to client issues.
Division of Taxation, Taxation University
Taxation University is the Division of Taxation’s education and outreach unit. The unit provides tax training for employees on all of the taxes, fees, and property tax relief programs administered by the Division. In addition, we host live tax webinars for the public and collaborate with the IRS, State legislators, the New Jersey Business Action Center, New Jersey State libraries, small business organizations, and tax professionals to provide public resource events, small business workshops, and seminars on all taxes and programs. Taxation University instructors are committed to and passionate about providing timely, accurate, and complete tax information to Division employees and the public so that employees provide complete and accurate tax guidance and the public understands and fulfills their New Jersey tax obligations.
If you would like a Taxation University speaker to conduct a workshop, seminar, or tax presentation for your organization, go to the Division of Taxation website to request a speaker.
Taxpayer Advocate Service
An independent organization within the IRS, the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) is here to protect your rights as a taxpayer, and help you with tax problems you can’t resolve on your own.