Friday, April 3, 2009
2 pm - 4 pm
2 CE credits
Recommended for: Dental Team
Tax Education for Small Business and Self Employed
This course will provide information on how to obtain free small business education products and services from the IRS to help make your dental business a success. You will be brought up to date on the latest Employment Tax Changes to reduce the burden on small business as well as the latest Tax Law changes affecting business. You will learn about the new Identity Theft Unit established by IRS and the "Dirty Dozen" Tax Scams to avoid. In addition, you will learn how returns are selected for audit.
KayDel Marshall is a Native of Portland, Oregon who graduated from Marylhurst University with a Masters Degree in Management. Marshall has worked for the Internal Revenue Service for 23 years starting out in Criminal Investigation and then moving to Examination Division as a Tax Auditor for 7 years. From 1994 thru 2000, she worked for Customer Service answering the highly technical tax questions on the 1-800 line and the internet, teaching tax law to new recruits, and serving as a supervisor periodically. In 2001, Marshall went to work for Taxpayer Education and Communication in the Small Business and Self-Employed Operating Division. She is now a Senior Stakeholder Liaison charged with doing tax education for all industry in the State of Oregon and Idaho. Marshall is also the Pacific Northwest Area Lead for Payroll Practitioners, Minority and Women Owned Businesses, and the Tip Industry Programs.