Workshop Set to Discuss Employment Tax for Small Businesses

Press release from the City of Menifee:

MENIFEE -- Menifee’s Small Business Development Center is hosting a free workshop for small business owners and entrepreneurs about California employment tax compliance.

The State Payroll Tax Workshop, scheduled for Tuesday, May 20 from 9-11:30 a.m., offers an overview of California payroll reporting requirements for small businesses. A representative from the State of California Employment Development Department will provide a hands-on approach to calculating and completing State payroll tax.

The free workshop will be held at the Menifee Chamber of Commerce upstairs conference room, located at 29737 New Hub Drive, Suite 102. Seating is limited and pre-registration is recommended. Participants may pre-register online at www.iesmallbusiness.com, or by calling 951-781-2345.

This workshop is hosted by the Menifee Small Business Development Center, a free resource offering business support services, workshops and classes to Menifee small business owners. The Menifee SBDC also offers one-on-one counseling sessions on the first and third Tuesday of the month to assist with specific small business related inquiries. It is located inside the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce.

The Small Business Development Center is part of the City of Menifee’s Business Development Program, which provides additional resources for the community’s small businesses to help them grow and succeed. It’s paid for by the City of Menifee, hosted by the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, and run by the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center (IESBDC), which is based at Cal State San Bernardino’s Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship. For more than 20 years, the IESBDC has provided business assistance to small businesses and entrepreneurs.

For additional information, contact City of Menifee Management Analyst Brian Oulman at
boulman@cityofmenifee.us or 951-672-6777.




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