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Free classes in southern VT below that some may be interested in.

Wendy Sue

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Wendy Sue Harper, Ph.D.
Vegetable and Fruit Technical Assistance Advisor

Providing Technical Assistance for Farmers, Apprentices, and Gardeners

Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont
PO Box 697 (39 Bridge Street 2nd Floor)
Richmond, VT 05477
(802)434-4122 phone
(802)434-4154 fax
http://nofavt.org/

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From: Maureen Dougherty <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 10:00 AM
Subject: Planning for Business Success
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 *Planning for Business Success *

Join Vermont Women’s Business Center and the SEVCA Micro Business
program for FREE workshops!  Open to men and women.
* *
* *
*1. Sales & Use Taxes: What Vermont Businesses Need to Know *

Everyone who shops in Vermont knows we pay sales tax, but do you know what
you have to do as business owner to comply with tax regulations? Learn how
to collect and report sales & use, meals & lodging tax. Annette Spaulding,
of Spaulding & Madden Tax Services, LLC, explains tax issues in an
engaging way to give you the information you need to get started and help
you get clear answers to your specific questions from the Vermont
Department of Taxes.

*Thursday, September 16 9 – 11 a.m. *

*Location: Waypoint Center, 17 Depot Square, Bellows Falls *
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*2. Better than Break Even: Pricing for Profit *

Figuring out what to charge for your product or service can be tricky for
businesses starting out. Even small businesses that have been around for
awhile may wonder if they are setting their prices correctly. How do you
figure out if a new product or service will be break even? Learn how to
set prices so that you can run your business profitably. Bring a bag
supper; beverages will be provided.

*Thursday, September 23 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. *

*Location: SEVCA, 91 Buck Drive, Westminster *
*Generously sponsored by Citizens Bank.*

*Call Susan to register or for more information ~ 802-722-4575 ext. 199 *


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