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Tax Reform & Your Business: A Q&A @ CWEVT

  • Center for Women in Enterprise VT 431 Pine Street, Suite 101 Burlington, VT, 05401 United States (map)

You’ve heard about the tax reform and you’re concerned about its impacts for
your business. Please join CWEVT for a special Q&A session with Patti Bisson,
tax advisor, business strategist and instructor to begin to get your questions
answered. Although IRS guidance is still unrolling, Patti will be able to break
down some of the changes into bite-sized pieces for your business needs.
Patti works with clients across the country, providing strategic business growth
and management services, tax and accounting services (corporate, partnership,
not-for-profit, individual, small business, estate, trust, multi-state), cyber/data
security management, professional training, systems development and
implementation, and state tax policy.
Patti serves as an appointed member of the VT Tax Commissioner’s Tax
Technical Working Group, and is President of the VT Chapter of NATP
(National Association of Tax Professionals). She’s also a licensed Enrolled

Agent, instructor for UVM Tax School, and has previously served as Vice-
President & Chair of Government Relations for the VT Chapter of NATP.

There will be 2 seperate sessions held:     

  • Session 1 - 9:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Session 2 - 5:30 pm - 7:30  pm                                                                            

Register Here!

About the session: The CWEVT Q&A sessions will be an open format.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask Patti about the tax reform and how
it may impact their small business.
Note: The information provided is for educational and general guidance
purposes only. Advice unique to an individual taxpayer's specific facts and
circumstances will not be provided during the session. Information is given
with the understanding that the application and impact of laws change and vary
widely depending on the specific facts involved, and that the information
provided is not intended to be relied on as tax, legal or accounting advice. It is
not a substitute for professional consultation with your own tax, legal and
accounting advisors, which should be done prior to making any decision or
taking any action on the general information discussed during the session.