GWCC’s “Business Owners in the Know Series” Helping Local Businesses with Year-End Tax Planning
The Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce’s (GWCC) upcoming Business Owners in the Know program will feature a panel of local tax accounting experts as they guide local businesses with year-end tax planning. The presentation is slated to take place online on Wednesday, November 4th at 12:00 p.m.
GWCC’s Business Owners in the Know series, sponsored by West Chester University, is a series of professional development programs designed specifically for the region’s businesses and business owners.
“West Chester University is deeply committed to serving as a valuable resource to our community in a number of ways,” says President of West Chester University Christopher Fiorentino. “The University welcomes the opportunity to sponsor the Business Owners in the Know discussion series in an effort to cultivate and nurture innovative opportunities that will ultimately benefit all of our neighbors. Partnering with the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce continues to be a critical part of this University’s tradition.”
The November presentation is centered on year-end tax planning to support businesses looking for more information on tax planning. Panelists include Bill Brady of Pellini Gold Cordes CPA, LLC; Melissa Hawes of Miles Financial Management, Inc., and Michael Wylam of Pagani & Wylam, CPA with Donna Urian of Fischer Cunnane & Associates, Ltd. serving as the event’s moderator.
The panel will discuss a wide variety of important tax planning questions ranging from Qualified Business Income planning and Roth IRA conversions to PPP loan forgiveness and legislation that may change based on the results of the presidential election.
“We are excited for this Business Owners in the Know event, sponsored by West Chester University,” said Dave Fairman, Interim President at GWCC. “The Chamber works hard to select topics that are relevant and insightful for our members. You won’t want to miss this presentation.”
GWCC’s Business Owners in the Know series on year-end tax planning will take place Wednesday, November 4th at 12:00 p.m. via Zoom. Tickets are $10 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members. For more information and to register today, please visit: https://bit.ly/31v5WYg