The North Carolina Natural Products Association offers tax preparation session

Press release from the North Carolina Natural Products Association:

2015 Tax Filing Season Approaches. Are You Ready? The North Carolina Natural Products Association is hosting a second informative tax preparation session led by our new board member, grower and tax preparer, Wallace Souther of Franklin Tax Services, Inc. on March 16 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in Asheville at the new Buncombe County Extension Office (49 Mt. Carmel Road).

Wallace, a local Farmer/ Producer/ Tax Professional understands the Tax Responsibilities of your Farm/ Natural Products/ Agri-venture Business, and would like to provide insight into your Tax situation, and to shed some light on hard to grasp concepts regarding IRS Tax Forms.

Please come join our informal, interactive presentation to discuss tax forms and the current tax year. We will be going over IRS Form 1040 as well as Schedules C and F, with some in-depth discussion on key topics. He will try to present this dry, mind-numbing topic in a meaningful and light manner.

Bring your questions and your tax return to this round table type event, and come away with increased knowledge on how to file your returns, and how to reduce your tax liability. You might learn something you hadn’t thought of. The event is free for current NCNPA Supporters. $10 for non-Supporters.

Wallace Souther began farm operations on the family property in 2008, and now produces flowers, herbs, roots, vegetables, and VAPs while working as a professional tax return preparer in the family accounting business since 2008.

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