Sweeping changes are happening to federal tax laws for businesses in 2018. Join the Eastern Panhandle Entrepreneurs Forum(EPEF) on Feb. 1 and learn how these changes may impact your business.
The EPEF will present the program "Federal Tax Reform - How Will the New Tax Laws Impact Your Business?" Learn about the Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA) and how the changes to the federal tax laws could affect your business. The program will also include some steps to consider as an entrepreneur/small business owner in response to these changing tax laws.
- Changes to the Qualified Business Income (QBI) Deduction
- Changes to Corporate Tax Rates and Brackets
- Changes Impacting Partnerships and S-corporations
- and more!
Presenter will be Kin Sayre, an attorney with Bowles Rice, LLP. Kin is experienced in areas of taxes, commercial and finance law, and small business development. He is also a certified public accountant.
The Feb. 1 event, which is free and open to the public, begins at 5:30 p.m. with networking and refreshments. The programs follows at 6 p.m. and includes time for questions. The event will be at the Inn at Charles Town located at 100 Hollywood Drive in Charles Town.
Sponsors for the February EPEF program are:
- Blue Ridge Community and Technical College
- Region 9 Eastern Panhandle Planning and Development Council
- Berkeley County Development Authority
- Jefferson County Development Authority
- Morgan County Economic Development Authority
Organized by the economic development groups in Jefferson, Berkeley, and Morgan counties, the EPEF is a non-profit organization of individuals in the business and technical communities that promotes the creation and growth of innovative new businesses in the Eastern Panhandle. The EPEF is based on the premise that the future economic vitality of the Eastern Panhandle comes in large part from the emergence of new businesses through entrepreneurial culture, a pool of resources to draw from, and successful models to follow.