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A non-partisan, member driven organization that promotes the success of small business through political advocacy, networking, support services and educational programs.
Have you registered for the Tax Strategies event on March 21st yet?
This event will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March 21st. It will be held on the 14th floor of the SBAC Office, located at 20 S Clark Street in Chicago. Registration, networking, and lunch will be from 11 a.m. until 11:30 a.m., and the formal program will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
With tax season in full force, it’s easy to set your sights on maximizing this year’s tax refunds while ignoring the bigger picture – implementing a long-term tax strategy for you and your business. Whether it's sooner or later, at some point you’ll need an exit strategy for your business whether you sell, merge or have a succession plan, not to mention a potential need to finance your business. In order to ensure the ultimate health and success of your company and your own well-being, it’s vital you start to get a plan in action today.
Join us for an information-packed seminar to discuss smart tax strategies for your small and mid-sized business. In addition to getting the latest on recent tax laws and court decisions that impact your filings, you’ll also learn how to do the following:
• Approach business tax returns with long-term health and success in mind
• Ask the right questions of your accountant
• Know what auditors look for
• Prepare for an audit
• Understand how taxes impact your exit strategy
• Create and sustain corporate relationships
• Approach business financing and acquisition
• Maximize owner profit and minimize taxes
• Include your business in estate planning
• Avoid surprises
David Lynam, Lynam & Associates
Mike Manning, Fusion Accounting and Technology
Michael Stuart, The Stuart Legacy Alliance
SBAC Board President Mike Cavanaugh, with RCM Wealth Advisors, will moderate the event.
Tickets include lunch.
Click below to reserve member tickets for $10:
Click below to reserve nonmember tickets for $15: