Incubator office space is now available. Approximately 225 sq feet; $150 per month; utilities included.
Please call Cindy for more information 435-760-7937 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Make sure you are registered with the Regional PTAC office (Procurement Technical Assistance Center) to receive notification of bid solicitations.
Northern Utah BRAG-PTAC office is located in the Cache Business Resource Center, Room 1901.
Cindy Roberts, Regional Manager
Hours: Monday – Thursday, 9-5.
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Mountain Ridge Helicopters would like to announce the purchase of our new Commercial Helicopter operation named New Air Helicopters. The purchase came with two new aircraft to add to our MD500E helicopter, They are a Bell 206 B3 “Jet Ranger” and a Bell 206 L3 “Long Ranger.”
New Air Helicopters holds a part 135 Charter certificate, Part 137 agriculture certificate and Part 133 long line certificate.
With these certificates New Air Helicopters will be able to provide charter transportation services, to and from airports, to your favorite ski resorts, favorite camping spots or your remote work spot. We are also able to do prom or other romantic transportations, imagine for your high school prom having a group of your friends arriving at the dance in style!
Also New Air Helicopters will be able to do Precision Aerial lifting, Aerial Seeding, Avalanche control, Heli skiing, Film & TV, Fire control, Radio site repair and evaluation, Tours, Wildlife & livestock survey…the possibilities are endless.
We are happy to have New Air Helicopters in the Cache Valley and we are looking at the great business opportunities it will bring.
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Mountain Ridge Helicopters
Feel the thrill of flying in a helicopter!
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CEO Space, a business networking club, meets every Thursday at the Cache Business Resource Center, room 1812. All local CEO Space Club meetings are no charge to attend. They are provided by CEO Space as a public service.
CEO Space is a 20 year old company that networks CEO’s, business owners and professionals in a cooperative not competitive environment. Come meet around the conference table and share what it is that you do, what project you’re working on and what you need next.
Epicor’s integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for manufacturers can help you gain competitive advantage and remove barriers in your business.
Thousands of small, mid-size, and large companies in more than 140 countries worldwide trust Epicor to help them streamline operations and increase profitability. Manufacturers must respond to a new set of challenges each day in a rapidly changing global economy. Epicor’s next-generation business applications are designed for flexibility, collaboration, and ease-of-use.
With recognized expertise in providing software solutions for manufacturers, we welcome the opportunity to help you determine if Epicor is the right fit for your company. Your return-on-investment will be realized through the ability to:
• Manage customer relationships more productively and profitably
• Boost collaboration with Web 2.0 functionality and streamline supply chain management
• Take control of planning, sales, production, quality, materials management, and lean initiatives
• Use a built-in global business management engine for real-time financial data and anytime business insight
• Easily manage scheduling, track jobs, and integrate accounting functions
• Manage requirements for multiple sites and languages
• Grow and change your business with a system that will support you long term
May 8, 2009 by Kerry Fitzgerald
Posted in: COBRA, Communication, Employment law, Records documentation, Special Report, Terminations
The Internal Revenue Service just let you off the hook for what could’ve been a big administrative hassle this year-end.
IRS recently announced it won’t require any information reporting (i.e., Forms W-2 or 1099) for COBRA premium assistance payments employers make on behalf of terminated employees.
There’s a tradeoff, of course. It’s likely that because you don’t have to officially inform employees of the subsidy amount, recipients will have to call you when they prepare their personal federal tax returns.
Some will have to pay back a portion of the subsidy, e.g., those with adjusted gross income of $125,000 or more; $250,000 for married taxpayers filing jointly. Assistance eligibility phases out completely for people with modified gross incomes of $145,000 or more; $290,000 for joint filers. They’ll return the subsidy amount by increasing their tax liability on the Form 1040.
To prevent your phone from ringing off the hook, consider compiling subsidy info throughout the year, as your company makes the premium payments, and issue a simple statement at year-end along with your W-2s or 1099s.
What you’ll need
The info you’ll need should be easy enough to find. As part of the COBRA subsidy program, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act requires employers to maintain the following documentation:
- Dates and amounts of the assistance eligible individuals’ 35% share of the premium.
- A copy of the invoice or other supporting statement from the insurance carrier (when you have an insured plan) and proof of timely payment of the full premium to the insurance carrier required under COBRA.
- Proof of the (1) premium amount and (2) coverage provided to the assistance eligible individuals. (Self-insured plans only.)
- Attestation of involuntary termination, including the date of the involuntary termination (which must be between 9/1/08 and 12/31/09), for each covered employee whose involuntary termination is the basis for eligibility for the subsidy.
- Proof of each assistance eligible individual’s eligibility for COBRA coverage at any time during the period between 9/1/08 and 12/31/09, and election of COBRA coverage.
- Social Security Numbers of all covered employees, the amount of the subsidy reimbursed with respect to each covered employee, and whether the subsidy was for one individual or two or more individuals.
- Other documents necessary to verify the correct amount of reimbursement. Note that although your company must maintain this documentation, you’re not required to submit it with your Form 941.
The CBRC has computers, a library and classrooms for business instruction. You may bring your laptop to the center. Free counseling, evaluation assessments, and low-cost workshops.
Low-cost business incubation space is available for use during business expansion — office space and manufacturing space. $8 / sq ft per year.
Hours: Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Evening hours for SCORE counseling: Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. with appointment. 435-213-8713 1400 North & 1000 West, Logan, UT (located in the BATC West Campus, Room 1901).
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The IRS launched a Web site for small business owners and the self-employed at www.irs.gov/smallbiz. A section called “Starting, Operating or Closing a Business” covers IRS rules on hiring family members, record-keeping, employer ID numbers and selecting a business structure. The “Industries/Professions” section provides information about tax regulations. “Operating a Business” has resources on hiring, employment taxes and wage reporting requirements. The “Business Expenses” section defines the types of costs you can and cannot deduct from your taxes. Visit www.irs.gov/smallbiz.
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