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Small business operators looking for advice and counsel on federal and state tax issues should attend the Small Business Tax Workshop to be held on Thursday, October 25 at 6:30 p.m. at the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Research at the Hudson Library. Leading the workshop will be Pete Chudyk, CPA, JD, of Maloney + Novotny, LLC, of Cleveland.
The workshop will focus on income tax reporting and compliance issues and opportunities facing small business. Attendees will work through basic decisions such as choice of business entity, accounting, inventory and depreciation methods and implications, as well as tax deductions, credits and incentives available to small businesses.
Chudyk has more than 30 years of experience advising clients on accounting, business and tax issues. He has counseled many U.S. and foreign companies in structuring their domestic and international operations to minimize their overall tax burden. As the Tax Consultant for "The Ten-O'clock News" on WUAB Channel 43 for 10 years, Chudyk provided tax tips throughout the tax season and at other times during the year. He has the ability to take a complex tax topic and make it understandable and interesting. A graduate of John Carroll University, he received his law degree from Cleveland Marshall College of Law.
This event, part of the Fall 2012 Entrepreneurship Series, is made possible through the support of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.