Red – Collin SBDC Classes
Blue – Collin College Continuing Education Classes
Green – Dallas SCORE Classes
180118 Financials for Non-Financial Managers
The Dallas SCORE chapter is presenting an opportunity for every small business owner to learn what their financial statements really mean to them.
Come learn the terminology and put into practice what you learn. We’ll spend time working with the Income Statement and show you what it means and how it relates to the Balance Sheet. We’ll spend considerable time looking at the Cashflow statement and making sure you can create one for your future use.
We’ll conduct breakout sessions so you can work with others on analyzing this data. This workshop will make you excited about seeing your future financial spreadsheets.
Accounting & Tax Issues of a Small Business
Are the accounting and tax issues of a small business are overwhelming and is the information on the internet confusing and misleading? Join us as this class will address:
· Identify business entity (sole proprietorship, limited liability company (LLC) and corporation) and their benefits and costs
· Tax deductions available to business owners
· Recordkeeping requirements to manage your business
· What to look for when hiring a bookkeeper or accountant to assist the business
· Understanding and using financial statements as a tool to measure business performance
Presented by Keith D. Neifach, CPA of Neifach & Associates, P.C.
180122 Successfully Navigate Government Contracting by Allied-SCSS
SCORE Dallas and Allied-SCSS are joining together for a Workshop that can help YOU get Government Contracting for your business
To succeed in Government Contracting you have to have a plan. Allied’s, How to Successfully Navigate Government Contracting class can provide you with a plan you need to tackle some common issues. Remember, its rarely a question of IF the Government buys your proproduct or service, but HOW MUCH of your product service the Government buys!
The goal of the course is to prepare Small Business to address:
- Late Bid Notifications & Trouble Identifying Contracting Opportunities
- Lack of Access to Working Capital
- Trouble Acquiring Bonding and Insurance
- Improperly Estimating or Pricing Services
- Unsuccessful Networking with Prime Contractors & Other Small Business
- Poor Marketing to Local, State and Federal Agencies
- Unable to Build Capacity for Larger Jobs
- Misunderstanding Federal and State Certifications
- Missing Mandatory Pre-bids
- Lack of Proposal & Presentation Assistance
- Issues Managing Contract Funds on Net 30s or Net 60s
|180127 Forming Nonprofit 501(c)(3) Public Charity Tax Exempt Corporation in Texas|
You must bring your own computer/laptop to access all the necessary government electronic paper filing.
NOTE: This workshop is NOT intended for Church and Religious Groups, School startup, or Medical provision that requires the long IRS Form 1023.
You MUST have the latest version of PowerPoint, MS Word, and Adobe Acrobat for pdf to follow the hyperlinked instructions.
It is imperative that you know how to use your laptop, all of its programs, and how to navigate through them; the presenter does not have the time or the technical skills to lend IT support and disrupt the flow of the workshop.
No Walk-Ins. Walk-Ins Will Be Turned Away.
The workshop will cover:
(1) Legal Definitions & Responsibilities
(2) The Path to Formation, Designation, Tax Exemption, and Dissolution
(3) Articles of Incorporation
(4) Conflict of Interest
(6) Reasonable Compensation, Due Diligence, and Arms-length
(7) Nonprofit Lean One Page Business Plan
(8) Texas Secretary Of State (SOS) Form 202 Certificate of Formation
(9) IRS Employee Identification Number (EIN) SS-4
(10) IRS Form 1023-EZ Streamlined Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(c)(3)
(11) Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Form AP-205 Application for Exemption – Charitable Organizations
Presenter: Sheriff Osni, certified SCORE mentor, serving the Dallas chapter as the executive vice president
Acknowledgment: Special thanks to Linda Gray
SCORE Financial Series:
180129 Buying or Selling a Business
This 3 hour workshop is designed to educate individuals interested in buying or selling a business. Key topics covered will be:
- Reasons and Decisions to make before buying or selling
- Do’s and Dont’s
- Using a Business Broker -Pros and Cons
- Pricing and getting all the details in place to sell your business
- Evaluating the value of an existing business
- Creating the Letters of Intent
- Negotiating practices
- Due Diligence
- Dealing with Material Changes
- Closing – Timing is everything
180130 How to Start Your Own Consulting Business
(What every consultant should know)
The Dallas SCORE chapter is presenting a workshop for people who would like to start a consulting buisness on their own. Listen to SCORE Mentors who have done this on their own and can help you with all the details of setting up a consulting business right.
We”ll talk about:
- In the beginning….
- Consulting in general
- Having your own practice
- Getting Started
- Key strategic elements
- Major considerations
- Management tips
- Behind-the-scenes operations
- Some fundamental issues
Come join us for this interactive workshop where you can connect with an on-going mentor to assist you through the development of your own business.
2. Employ business planning practices.
3. Understand capital formation.
4. Employ marketing plans.
5. Employ cash flow planning.
6. Follow tax compliance guidelines.
7. Employ insurance and legal planning.
IRS Small Business Tax Workshop
Do you know your tax responsibilities as a small business owner?
This workshop is designed as an awareness seminar to inform business owners of their tax obligations. Tax information for each of the small business structures is provided along with a review of independent contractors versus employees, and an introduction to tax forms required from a small business.
Presented by Henry Harris, CPA
of Altland and Harris Financial Group, Inc.