Maine Government News
Videoconference Workshop: Small Business: Business Recordkeeping for Federal Tax Purposes
November 13, 2012
Maine State Library
Director of Library Development
Date: Wednesday, November 14, from 5:30 to 7 PM
Continuing the series for small business owners and the self-employed, this videoconference event advises on how well organized records make it easier to prepare a tax return and help provide answers if your return is selected for examination, or how to prepare a response if you receive an IRS notice.
Topics that will be covered include:
What kinds of records should I keep?
Why should I keep good books and records?
How long should I keep records?
How long should I keep employment tax records?
How should I record my business transactions?
Shawn Savage, the presenter, leads IRS’ efforts to provide tax professionals and the small business community with the latest tax information and resources the IRS has to offer. He is a Senior Stakeholder Liaison with the Communications and Stakeholder Outreach Division within the Internal Revenue Service. Savage has a mission of establishing relationships with tax professionals, industry stakeholders and small business service providers to share important tax information to ensure compliance with the tax laws.
This event will be hosted live at the Maine State Library in Augusta. Videoconferencing technology will be provided by the following sponsoring libraries which will allow participation at the following locations:
York Public Library
Portland Public Library
Pittsfield Public Library
Norway Memorial Library
Lewiston Public Library
Skowhegan Free Public Library
Thompson Free Library (Dover Foxcroft)
Cary Library (Houlton)
Cherryfield Public Library
For more information about this workshop contact: Shawn Savage, Internal Revenue Service, Communications and Stakeholder Outreach, 207.491.1888