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A new year means resolutions for a more financial fitness (who can’t use more of that?). It also means tax time is just around the corner.
The Emerging Enterprise Center of New Castle County has three upcoming “Learn with the Experts” finance workshops for small business owners and individuals, all available to both members of the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce and non-members:
- On Jan. 29 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., CPAs Myunghee Geerts of Cover & Rossiter and Earl Jeter of Jeter & Company will lead “Looking at Your 2019 and 2020 Taxes Under a New Lens: Finding a Return on Your Investment,” a tax strategy workshop geared toward business owners that will include ways to invest and save through opportunity funds, tips for reading your financial statement and tips to find the right accountant for your business.
- On Feb. 7 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., Mark Olazagasti of YourMoney101 will lead “Personal Finance 101: Tips That Will Change the Way You Think About Your Money,” a financial planning workshop that will cover topics including budgeting, retirement planning, saving, insurance and getting out of debt.
- On March 18 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., Frank DeSantis, SCORE mentor and former program manager of the Emerging Enterprise Center, will lead “Pricing Your Product to Maximize Profits,” a workshop that will help business owners price their products or services without undervaluing themselves, including topics like conducting market research, pricing models and price and the law.
All workshops will take place at the Emerging Enterprise Center, 920 Justison St. in Wilmington. Workshops are $35, with discounts for NCCo Chamber members. You can register via the EEC calendar.
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