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You're Invited: Planning the Future of your Small Business

Author: Miranda Bond Date: May 08, 2014

The results are in; after holding three seminars around Maryland on "Planning the Future of your Small Business" this week, our members agree that the seminar is worth-while and very helpful. Join us for our last session in the series on Thursday May 22 in Gambrills!

NFIB Member feedback about our "Planning the Future of your Small Business" seminars

Thursday May 22: Gambrills
Registration 8:30am | Seminar 9 -10am | Q&A to follow
Reliable Contracting Co.
2410 Evergreen Road, Suite 200 Gambrills, MD 21054


Cost: $15 includes meal and materials (payable at the door via cash or check made out to NFIB Maryland).
RSVP: email miranda.bond@nfib.org or call 202-314-2070 and specify which event you will be attending and if you will be bringing guests.

Join us on Thursday when guest speaker Chris Whitcomb, NFIB Tax Counsel, will will explain:

  • What steps you should take to ensure a smooth transition
  • How to preserve finances
  • How to minimize an estate and gift taxes
Speaker's Biography: Chris Whitcomb is the Tax Counsel for NFIB.  He works closely with House and Senate lobbyists, the NFIB Research Center, and the NFIB Legal Center to identify legislative and regulatory issues that affect NFIB’s members.  Prior to his time at NFIB, Chris was a Senior Counsel at the National Association of Home Builders, where he worked with the tax policy team and the Office of General Counsel.  Chris studied economics at Washington University in St. Louis, received his JD from Hofstra University School of Law and obtained an LL.M in taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center.  From 2002 -  2005, he served on active duty in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate Generals Corps.

* NFIB welcomes non-members to attend and Members are encouraged to bring a guest! *    

Thank you to NFIB member business Reliable Contracting Co. for sponsoring this seminar

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