New Online Small Business Tax Workshop

New business owners always have questions about taxes. I visited this IRS-made site. It is remarkably “user friendly” and intuitive. The video is of an excellent quality and there are many features that make it very easy to use.

You should, at least, go watch/listen to the Introduction. Then you can chose whichever area is of interest to you. You do not have to stay from the first to the last. You can pick and chose.

The revised Virtual Small Business Tax Workshop offers updated content with interactive features and a new reference section.

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Glenna Mae Hendricks. She is an entrepreneur and income tax consultant, so we get lots of good tax tips from her. She is an oenophile (“look that up in your Funk and Wagnall’s,” she says), and a wine enjoyment teacher/guide who also writes wine notes at the Allen’s Retail Liquors site. Her political thoughts (and occasional outbursts of domesticity) appear at Old Feminist and Wild-eyed Liberal.

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  1. says

    Thanks for bringing that to my attention. I admit, I’m unlikely to ever watch the whole thing, I prefer reading my information, but it is a nice primer for those novices who might prefer the video format.

  2. says

    I didn’t know about this. Thanks for the heads-up.

    Between this and their YouTube channel, you have to give the IRS credit for at least trying to embrace new media.