Navigating tax issues around hiring workers can be challenging. Prepared by the IRS, this class can help you determine whether workers are employees or independent contractors as well as guide you through the tax requirements for each. This class is a must for any entrepreneur who will be paying people to work in his or her business.
By the end of this course, you’ll:
• Recognize the difference between employees and independent contractors.
• Understand employer responsibilities related to taxes, filing, and IRS and Florida requirements.
• Be able to comply with IRS payroll tax deposit and reporting requirements for employees and independent contractors.
• Have greater confidence in managing the tax requirements.
Speaker(s): Linda Tuzzolo, Internal Revenue Service Senior Stakeholder Liaiso
Fee: $ 25.00
Location: Small Business Development Center at USF
1101 Channelside Dr, Ste 210
Tampa, FL 33602-3613
Payment can be made online with Visa or Mastercard
About the SBDC:
State Designated as Florida’s Principal Provider of Business Assistance, the Florida Small Business Development Center Network has more than 30 locations from Pensacola to Key West. The SBDC at USF region spans a 10-county area providing free, one-on-one consulting and offering more than 300 entrepreneurial programs each year. Its Certified Business Analysts are specialized in industry-specific sectors to help small businesses make sound decisions in a complex and ever-changing marketplace. www.sbdctampabay.com