Workshop shows businesses how to utilize enterprise zone tax credits
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (Sept. 6, 2011) –The San Bernardino Valley Enterprise Zone (SBVEZ) is hosting a EZ 101 workshop on Tuesday, Sept. 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. The event will be held at the city of San Bernardino’s Office of Business Development, 201-B North E Street, Suite 200.
Owners, executives, managers and other decision makers of businesses located in the SBVEZ are invited to learn more about the zone’s tax credits and incentives and how to file for them.
The workshop will be presented by Gary Buse, president and founder of Targeted Management Company, a company that assists businesses with federal and state hiring tax credits. Buse will address each enterprise zone incentive and how they benefit businesses.
“There are thousands of businesses in the zone that could be utilizing the program if they knew more about it,” said Wendy Clements, SBVEZ zone manager. “This workshop will help educate local businesses about how the program grants tax deductions and other incentives for hiring qualified workers and investing in the local community.”
The workshop is free. To find out if you are in the zone, or register for the workshop contact Wendy Clements at 909.963.5007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the San Bernardino Valley Enterprise Zone
The San Bernardino Valley Enterprise Zone is an Enterprise Zone established by the California Department of Housing and Community Development to encourage investment, growth, development and job creation in economically distressed areas of the county. The zone covers approximately 42 square miles and includes areas of Colton, San Bernardino and unincorporated portions of San Bernardino County. The Enterprise Zone is a joint effort between the Inland Valley Development Agency, City of Colton, City of San Bernardino, and the County of San Bernardino. For more information, visit www.SBVEZ.com, or email info@SBVEZ.com.