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Meet the feds workshops coming to Placerville

By From page A3 | March 22, 2011

Learn how the government can become your best customer.

Are you a small business owner and would like to contract with the state? Have you been stymied on payroll taxes or sales tax? Do you have a nagging question you’ve always wanted to have answered by a state or federal agency?

Now is your chance to get that information. The Sierra Economic Development
Corporation (SEDCorp) has invited five different agencies to speak on various topics geared toward small business and entrepreneurs.

April 7 — Basic Sales & Use Tax, California State Board of Equalization
April 14 — State Basic Payroll Tax, California State Employment Development Department
April 21 — You Want to Start A business? Department of Treasury, Internal
Revenue Service
April 28 —How to Do Business with the California State Government and
Unraveling the Mysteries of eProcurement, California State Department of General Services
May 5 State Income Tax and Small Business, California State Franchise Tax
Board

Workshops run from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the El Dorado County Main Library
Meeting Room, 345 Fair Lane in Placerville and is open to the public. Cost: $10 per workshop. Reserve your seat today by calling 530-823-4703. SEDCorp offers
many other affordable classes for small businesses in El Dorado, Placer and
Nevada counties. Visit sedcorp.biz for class listing and details. The Sierra Economic Development Corporation is a regional nonprofit providing small business development training and small business lending.

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