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February 24, 2018
S. A1A and South Bridge
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February 15, 2018, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM @ St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce
This workshop will cover the top five (5) issues for Small Business Owners including: Health Benefits and Section 125 plans; Payroll, Workers Comp, Employee Classification and Retirement Planning (401K vs IRAs).
February 15, 2018, 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Indian River State College, Main Campus, Building B, Room 119
Tax Assistance Provided for: 1040A 1040EZ 1040V 1040ES 1040 (A, B, C-EZ, D, EIC, R, SE) 2441 (Child Credit) 8812 (Additional Child Credit) 8863 (Education Credit) Please bring these items with you: • Photo identification • Social Security Cards (or ITIN’s) for you, your spouse & dependents • Birth Dates for everyone on the tax return • Current year’s tax package (if you received one) • Proof of medical insurance (if applicable) • Form W-2, W-2G, 1099-R, from all employers • Interest and dividend statements from banks (Forms 1099) • A copy of last year’s Federal and State returns (if available) • Bank Routing & Account Numbers for Direct Deposit • Other information about income and expenses • Total Paid for Day Care and Day Care provider’s ID # • To e-file a married filing joint tax return, both spouses must be present.
February 15, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Fort Pierce Yacht Club
The Fort Pierce Yacht Club invites you to attend a free educational seminar, given by April Price of Sea-Life Habitat Improvement Project, Inc. Come learn about the types of artificial reefs being deployed along our coasts, and find out how you are affected by their construction. When we think of an artificial reef, a vision of fish swimming around a coral-covered, sunken ship may spring to mind. Surely sunken ships and old barges are not still being used as artificial reefs? If so, why? If not, then just exactly what are we sinking in the ocean, and WHY? Beyond the growth of barnacles, coral and colonizing of fish what other purpose do these artificial reefs serve? Do they actually increase the fish populations along our coast, and what types of fish (hopefully not lion fish)? Is there an economic benefit to the millions of $$ being spent on these "artificial" reefs?