Idaho State Tax Commission

Idaho State Tax Commission

Tax Commission News Release

Small businesses can get tax help and more with Business Basics classes in Ketchum, Twin Falls and Jerome

TWIN FALLS, IDAHO — Oct. 3, 2018 — Businesses just getting started can get help with taxes and other essentials at free classes offered by the Idaho State Tax Commission and the U.S. Small Business Administration. 

Upcoming “Business Basics” classes are Oct. 9 in Ketchum and Oct. 23 in Twin Falls and Jerome.

“We’re offering 15 steps every business needs to take to start off on the right foot,” said Sherry Briscoe, education and outreach trainer for the Tax Commission. “The class is valuable for new businesses and for those who’d like a little more help.”   

Business Basics focuses on registering a new business and applying for tax permits. It provides tips for completing income tax withholding and sales tax returns, and it discusses tax issues for employers and retailers.    

The course outlines the value of a business plan, gives tips on how to get financing, and goes over basic accounting and marketing. Every attendee also receives information on available business resources. 

To sign up for the class or for more information, email sherry.briscoe@tax.idaho.gov.

Ketchum Business Basics Class

Date: Oct. 9

Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Location: Ketchum Innovation Center, 180 6th St. W 

Twin Falls Business Basics Class

Date: Oct. 23

Time: 9-11 a.m.

Location: Twin Falls City Hall, 203 Main Ave. E

Jerome Business Basics Class

Date: Oct. 23

Time: 1-3 p.m.

Location: Con Paulos Chevrolet, 251 E. Frontage Road S

 

Posted 10-03-2018
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