The ASU-SBDC (Angelo State University Small Business Development Center) will be hosting the training event, “Sales Tax Basics: "Do I Have to Collect Sales Tax?"” this Thursday, January 8th at 11:30am at no-cost.
The event will be held at the Eden Public library located at 117 Market St. in Eden.

Topics covered will include completing tax returns, what is or isn’t taxable, your responsibilities as a taxpayer, Comptroller services and publications. There will be a question and answer session. This seminar will help the taxpayer gain the knowledge to collect and accurately report the state sales tax and to maintain required records.

Comments from previous attendees:

"Very helpful for a start up company."

"As the owner of a new small business, this seminar was invaluable. Thank you for presenting this."

"The speakers explained a great deal. I was called by the Austin Comptroller office recently due to not knowing my responsibilities as a new business owner. Now I have a general idea and I definitely know where to find additional information and answers to my questions."

"There was a lot of useful information especially regarding exemption forms and ranchers or farmers."

"Very glad to know these services are available. It can be so overwhelming to start a business especially when we have never attempted to do it before. Really appreciate the help and information."

Seating for participants is limited so you must register to reserve your spot. To find out more about this program or to register please call the ASU-SBDC at (325) 942-2098 or register online at www.sbdc.angelo.edu