INDIANA – The Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Indiana has partnered with the Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Small Business Administration to present a free webinar for small business owners in Indiana on Wednesday, July 7, at noon.
The virtual program seeks to give business leaders the tools they need to jumpstart small their businesses in the post-COVID landscape. Topics covered on the webinar include ways employers can take advantage of new tax credits, as well as an overview of the resources offered by the SBA, both COVID-related and not.
Business owners can register for the webinar online at BBB.org/northernindiana or find registration details on the BBB’s Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIN pages. The webinar is open to all Indiana business owners.
Laura Schafsnitz is a public affairs specialist with the U.S. Small Business Administration Indiana District Office who’s expertise lies in bringing government, public, and private organizations together to share resources and opportunities to help small businesses start, grow, expand and recover. A graduate of Webster University and a U.S. Army veteran, Laura has worked in public affairs her entire career bringing news and resources from the highest echelons of government to everyday people around the world.
John Linstead is a Senior Stakeholder Liaison with the Internal Revenue Service, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He works with tax professional organizations and small business organizations across Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio to educate them about the tax laws and about their federal tax responsibilities. During his 36 years with the IRS he has held the positions of Tax Examiner, Tax Auditor and Appeals Officer prior to joining Stakeholder Liaison in September of 2005.
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