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Small Business Finance: IRS Resources for Entrepreneurs Starting and Operating a Business

Business Development Series
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Learn about taxpayer responsibilities and how to use tax laws to reduce tax liability and increase profitability

Many small-business owners' comfort level with questions dealing with the Internal Revenue Service and federal taxation is low. This program is intended to help owners and entrepreneurs become more familiar with the resources and support from the Internal Revenue Service to help them structure their small businesses more efficiently and profitably.

This session is presented by University of Illinois Extension in collaboration with Illinois SBDC at Bradley University and the Internal Revenue Service.

Richard Proffer, Community and Economic Development Extension Educator for Peoria, Tazewell, Fulton, and Mason Counties

Michael Mudroncik, IRS, Communications & Liaison Office, Stakeholder Liaison Organization

Chris Youngmark, Assistant Director of the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Bradley University

Participation is free, but registration is required at

If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate, please contact