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HUDGINS: Tax workshop open to entrepreneurs

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Have no fear business majors, there are plenty of upcoming events for you to immerse yourself into the Murfreesboro community.

The Tennessee Small Business Development Center is sponsoring a "Small Business Tax Workshop" from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce Building, located at 3050 Medical Center Parkway in Murfreesboro.  

This is a free workshop, although pre-registration is required. You may register online at www.tsbdc.org or call 615-898-2745. Arrangements for the handicapped can be provided with advanced notification.

This workshop is designed to provide new business owners with an overview of tax issues and federal tax law requirements. Topics to be discussed include:  filing requirements, basic record keeping, and business use of the home and self-employment tax.

The business center reserves the right to cancel this workshop due to last minute schedule changes.

Local musicians invited to collaborate

Music City is just a hop, skip and a jump down the interstate, and local musicians are invited to make the trip toward collaboration and creativity.

The historic War Memorial Auditorium and Artist Growth, a groundbreaking software platform that empowers musicians to manage their own development, are collaborating to create a monthly "Celebrate the City" concert series that brings touring artists and emerging artists together in celebration of Music City's unique music culture.

The first "Celebrate the City" concert is slated for 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28, at the War Memorial Auditorium and will feature Reptar, Rubblebucket, and Nashville-based Cherub, which actually got its start in Murfreesboro.

Tickets are $15 and currently on sale at www.tpac.org, by phone at 615-782-4040, or at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center Box Office, located at 505 Deaderick St. in Nashville.

"Celebrate the City" is presented in association with Yelp, Nashville Scene, Lightning 100 FM, Music City Networks, Happy Salmon Productions, BombPlates, and Jive!
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