Wisconsin Tax Seminar for New Businesses

Overview

In this New Business Seminar, hosted by The Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR) you will gain a basic understanding of Wisconsin’s tax laws.

Topics may include:

  • Business tax registration
  • Withholding tax information
  • Sales and use tax information
  • Other business taxes
  • Electronic filing made easy through My Tax Account
  • Business tax incentives
  • When do I need a seller’s permit?
  • What do I do when I hire my first employee?
  • How to register for the MyTax Account

Registration

Location: Online (link will be sent to participants shortly before the session date)

Schedule: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Date:  Date TBD for Spring 2023 (anticipated May 2023) Register here

Click the link above to express interest in this session, and we’ll register you when a date has been established! Date doesn’t work? No problem! Just let us know, and we can cancel your registration. 

Fees: This course is being offered at no cost to participants by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue Speaker’s Bureau. Although there is no charge to attend, participants must register online before the session.

 

Disability Statement: Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact the UW-Madison SBDC office at sbdc@bus.wisc.edu to request accommodations or to ask general questions about the SBDC, classes and consulting.

Instructor

Staci AbrahamsonStaci Abrahamson

Staci Abrahamson is a Training Coordinator in the Compliance Bureau for the Department of Revenue. She has been with DOR for three and a half years and has worked as a compliance agent and trainer. She is actively involved in community groups including the Marshall Public Schools Board of Education and Marshall Community Library Board. She lives in Marshall with her son, Chase; husband, Evan; and one very sassy cat, Shadow.

The Wisconsin SBDC Network is a proud part of the Institute for Business & Entrepreneurship in the University of Wisconsin System.
It is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact us at sbdc@bus.wisc.edu or call (608) 263-2221.