Department of Revenue free construction workshops

During October, the Washington State Department of Revenue is sponsoring a series of free, two-hour construction industry tax workshops throughout the state. These workshops will make reporting easier for you to understand the state taxes that apply to contractors. You will also gain tools to correct problems and avoid penalties.

During October, the Washington State Department of Revenue is sponsoring a series of free, two-hour construction industry tax workshops throughout the state. These workshops will make reporting easier for you to understand the state taxes that apply to contractors. You will also gain tools to correct problems and avoid penalties.

Topics covered during the workshops include: Sales tax, itemized billings, reseller permits, spec. versus custom building, refunds, construction management, and some of the most common reporting errors for contractors. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask specific questions that apply to their businesses. Workshops will be held in the following locations:

 

Tuesday, Oct. 08 – Spokane

10 a.m. till noon

West Central Community Development Assn.

The Newton Lounge, 1603 N Belt

 

Tuesday, Oct. 15 – Pasco

10 a.m. till noon

City of Pasco Parks & Recreation

North Room, 525 N 3rd Ave.

 

Wednesday, Oct. 16 – Shoreline

10 a.m. till noon

Shoreline Parks & Recreation

Legacy Room No. 303, 17500 Midvale Ave. N

 

Tuesday, Oct. 22 – University Place

10 a.m. till noon

Pierce County Parks & Recreation, Environmental Services Bldg.,

9850 64th St W

 

To register, visit the Department of Revenue web site at www.dor.wa.gov  or call (800) 647 – 7706.  Space is limited.

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