Small Business Workshop

The Importance of Good Recordkeeping in a Small Business, Especially for Schedule C Tax Filers

Library:  Central Library

Date:  Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Time: 10:00 am – 12:30  pm

Category:  Business & Finance Workshop

Age Level:  Adult

Details:  Good recordkeeping is essential to running a successful business. The Business & Social Sciences Division of the Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County and the SUNY College at Brockport Small Business Development Center (SBDC)are sponsoring a free program on Wednesday morning, November 10 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Kate Gleason Auditorium of the Bausch & Lomb Public Library Building located at 115 South Avenue, Rochester.

Ralph M. Toscano, Jr., EA ATP, will present “The Importance of Good Recordkeeping in a Small Business, Especially for Schedule C Tax Filers.”   The program will cover the legal issues facing today’s small business owner.  Emphasis will be on the need for the documentation of business records and an example of the tax responsibilities of the self-employed (IRS Schedule C).

Pre-registration for this free program is requested.  Register by calling the Central Library at 585-428-8130 or register online at http://www.libraryweb.org.  Click on Library Events.

The Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County is handicapped accessible.  Accommodations may be provided for disabled program participants and must be made at least 10 business days before the program.  For further information or to make a request, please contact Deborah Nevin, Program Coordinator, at 428-8304.

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Grant Writing Workshop

Details:  Free Grant Writing workshop for nonprofit grantseekers.
November 8: from 3-5 p.m. in the Kate Gleason Auditorium of the Central Libary.

 Are you new to grant proposal writing?  Learn the basics of grant writing for nonprofit organizations at a free workshop being offered by the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County.  Mike Bialaszewski , Grants Manager for the City of Rochester Police Department, will discuss how to identify funding sources, assess and define a project, understand timing and grant cycles, submit and manage grants and be a better grant writer.  Mr. Bialaszewski has over 30 years of grant writing experience, and regularly teaches classes on the fundamentals of grant writing.

To register for this free program, call 585-48-8130.