Saturday, February 18, 2016 

10:30 am to 12:30 pm

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Score Glendale Classroom
330 N. Brand Blvd, Suite 190
Glendale, CA 91203

Driving Directions 

Parking: There is metered parking in front, and on the streets surrounding the building. There is a parking garage, the cost is $11.00 per day.


Pre-register and Pre-pay online $45

 Pay at the door $60.00

Check or Cash at the door, we do not take credit cards at the door.


 Sarah Alessandri
SBA/SCORE Greater Los Angeles 

2-18-17-Glendale-Business Licenses, Tax & Annual Reporting Requirements Every Bus. Owner Should Know 

Topics to be discussed: 
  • What local (city) licenses are required to legally operate your business?
  • When does your business need a separate Tax Identification/EIN number?
  • What is the $800 Franchise Tax and which businesses must pay it?
  • When are businesses responsible for Sales and Use Taxes?
  • Mandatory State (E.D.D) Compliance Requirements for Businesses with Employees
  • Which businesses have to report annual information to the Secretary of State?
  • Understanding the difference between Self Employment Tax and Income Tax
  • Why single-member LLCs must make an election with the IRS to be recognized as a corporation for Federal tax purposes
  • What are Estimated Tax Payments and who is responsible for them
  • Understanding your business’ Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual Tax Reporting Requirements


Presenter: Trish Harris EA, M.B.A

Trish Harris EA, M.B.A is an IRS licensed Enrolled Agent and M.B.A with over 17 years tax and financial management experience.  Prior to starting her LA practice in 2010, Harris Tax and Financial Solutions, Trish was a Sr. Finance Manager managing finance groups for industry-leading corporations with revenues in excess of $600 million.  Today Trish leverages the financial controls, analytic insights, and business management strategies of her corporate finance days to help her clients, including many small business owners, gain control of their finances and resolve tax problems with the IRS and state tax authorities.