Topics covered included the many tax provisions which expired in 2013, and Affordable Care Act tax implications for businesses and individuals.
Bass and Rohrbach have been with Gollob Morgan Peddy PC a combined 49 years and are responsible for a variety of clients, both individual and business. The speakers are active in the Tyler community and speak annually at BBB Events to update local businesses on what changes to expect as they prepare for tax season.
“Tax decisions don’t need to be driving your business decisions”, said Barbara Bass, CPA. “However, they certainly need to be considered.”
The event is part of the BBB Lunch.Learn.Lead lecture series which aims to create a community of well-run, ethical, and like-minded businesses. The events include lunch and are free for BBB Accredited Businesses and their guests.
On April 14, 2014, BBB will welcome Mark Seguin with TBG Solutions to discuss Social Media Awareness. Seguin will discuss online protection for individuals and businesses and provide tips on how to stay secure as technology grows and changes.
BBB Lunch.Learn.Lead events are held at the TJC West Campus in room 104 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
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