Course Description: Recordkeeping refers to the orderly and practice of storing business records. Recordkeeping is one of the most important responsibilities a small business owner has. The success of your business depends on creating and maintaining an operational system whether your business is a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company or corporation. Record keeping can be as simple as having a manila folder filing system to a more sophisticated electronic system. Simple or sophisticated, a record keeping system must be easy to access, use and provide adequate retrieval and storage or records. Record keeping systems must be suited to your business needs. Recordkeeping is not solely about fulfilling legal requirements but is about understanding your business in its current state and in the future. There are many reasons why keeping good records is important. This seminar will focus on recording keeping for tax preparation and tax purposes.
Contact Francoise Lyles-Wiggins, Supplier Diversity Program Manager Bi-State Development at 314.982.1400 ext. 1398 for more information.