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Study individual taxation, including filing status, forms and documents, calculations basis, capital gains and losses, foreign reporting, personal exemptions, deductions and requirements for electronic filing. Train for a Career as an Enrolled Agent and prepare for the SEE Exam!

600620

Start date: 05/09/18

End date: 06/27/18

Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (5/9/2018-6/27/2018)

8 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Tuition: $245.00

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Instructor : WD Staff 

Room :  UTBA-TBA



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Focus on Business and Entity taxation, including COGS, Corporations, Partnerships, LLC and Non-profit returns, business deductions and credits, and pertinent entity taxation requirements.  Train for a Career as an Enrolled Agent and prepare for the SEE Exam!

600621

Start date: 08/15/18

End date: 11/14/18

Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (8/15/2018-11/14/2018)

14 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Tuition: $425.00

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Instructor : WD Staff 

Room :  UTBA-TBA



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Enrolled Agent professional and ethical requirements, records maintenance, electronic filing, rules and penalties. Review representation for building taxpayer cases including documentation, legal authority, reference, collections, penalty abatements, audits, exams and appeals. Train for a Career as an Enrolled Agent and prepare for the SEE Exam!

600622

Start date: 11/28/18

End date: 12/12/18

Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (11/28/2018-12/12/2018)

3 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Tuition: $100.00

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Instructor : WD Staff 

Room :  UTBA-TBA



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With the decrease in funding from foundations and governmental institutions nonprofit organizations need to look at alternative methods of funding to continue their work. In addition to increasing donor specific programs and other fundraising methods such as capital campaigns nonprofits are now using social enterprise, also known as earned income strategies, for capacity planning, growth, and increasing unrestricted funds.  With an increase in unrestricted funds additional capacity can be achieved to help a nonprofit continue its work. In this session, local guest speakers will also be providing their background stories to students regarding how they were able to start their social enterprises.  This interactive component of the course will allow students to directly inquire with panelists regarding some of the challenges and successes each have had in creating their social enterprise as a revenue source for their respective nonprofit organizations.  This course will include a panel discussion with 3 area leaders of organizations successfully integrating social enterprise into their business model.   Key Learning Objectives:   Understand how social enterprises work and evaluate whether this strategy could be a way to earn unrestricted funds Learn several fundraising strategies outside of grant writing Evaluate an organization’s fundraising strategy through a discussion with local panelists who will share their respective stories and case studies  

630012

Start date: 03/20/18

End date: 03/20/18

Weekly - Tue 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM (3/20/2018-3/20/2018)

1 session

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue .

Tuition: $70.00

Location : TCC Regional Workforce Development Center Location : 
  TCC Regional Workforce Development Center.

Instructor : Naomi Takeuchi 

Room :  URWD-W105



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