Sales, Use Tax Recovery Seminar for manufacturers
FLINT — The Michigan Small Business Development Center regional office located in Flint will be hosting a Sales & Use Tax Recovery Information Seminar on October 6th, 1:00-4:00pm at Kettering University in the Campus Center, Room A.
Presented in partnership with National Auditing Services, this seminar is designed for businesses (primarily manufacturers) to learn how they can recapture dollars lost by overpaying sales & use taxes. Many companies lack the resources to optimize their tax bills and may have significantly overpaid their Sales and Use taxes.
National Auditing Services specializes in an auditing procedure known as Reverse Sales and Use Tax Recovery. For more than 20 years, National Auditing Services has helped hundreds of companies across the United States recover overpaid taxes related to their manufacturing operations. Their on-site audit process is quick and efficient and does not require staff downtime. National Auditing Services assume all responsibility for filing all refund claims, including any follow-up correspondence.
Online registration is required separately for each individual attending (seating is limited) but the seminar is available at no cost through MI-SBDC I-69 Trade Corridor Region sponsorship. MI-SBDC is a statewide organization funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the SBA, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and through local host support. Details: Call 810-762-9660. — G.G.
Genesee Health Plan expands healthcare workers to all Flint Schools
FLINT — Genesee Health Plan (GHP) announced today it will expand its Community Health Workers to all Flint Community Schools by deploying on-theground, trained healthcare workers who can identify needs of students and their families, and connect them to available resources.
In June, the C.S. Mott Community Foundation awarded the Crim Fitness Foundation with a $2.9 million grant to expand its Community Education Initiative, increasing the number of GHP Community Health Workers across the entire Flint Community School district.
The Community Education Initiative is a collaborative of community partners working together to transform Flint Community Schools into neighborhood hubs, creating healthier, stronger families while improving student academic performance. Last year, the program placed GHP Community Health Workers in four Flint Community Schools:Brownell K-2 STEM Academy, Durant-Tuuri-Mott Elementary, Eisenhower Elementary School and Potter Elementary School. Northwestern High School and Pierce Elementary School.
Details: Visit geneseehealthplan.org. — G.G.