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Boots to Business Reboot: Auburn
Wednesday, June 27th 2018
9:00am - 5:00pm
Auburn City Hall - Rose Room
1225 Lincoln Way, Auburn, CA  95603

The Sacramento U.S. SBA District Office, Sierra Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
and the Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) are pleased to present the Boots to Business: Reboot. The
training will be located at Auburn City Hall, The Rose Room at 1225 Lincoln Way, Auburn, California 95603

This is a one-day training with the option of a follow-up 8-week online course for graduates.
Boots to Business: Reboot, will introduce veterans to the fundamentals of business ownership, and lead
participants through the key steps for evaluating business concepts and developing a business plan. The
program will also introduce participating Veterans to a network of lifetime business support available locally
across the U.S. by introducing them to SBA’s network of Veteran Business Outreach Centers, Women’s Business
Centers, Small Business Development Centers and SCORE Counselors.

Boots to Business: Reboot adapts the curriculum from the SBA-sponsored Boots to Business: From Service to
Startup, a worldwide program offered as a component of the Department of Defense’s redesigned Transition
Assistance Program (TAP) renamed Transition GPS. SBA currently provides Boots to Business: From Service to
Startup for transitioning military members and their spouses.

Following this one-day training, participants will also be eligible to register for “Foundations of
Entrepreneurship” an eight-week, online course that offers in-depth instruction on the elements of a business
plan and techniques and tips for starting a business. After completing Boots to Business: Reboot, participants
will have the tools and knowledge they need to identify a business opportunity, draft a business plan, connect
with local resources and launch their small businesses.

Pre-registration is required. Deadline to sign up is the Thursday before the workshop. To make a reservation,
please visit the Boots to Business Reboot website at http://boots2business.org/rebootapply/ For additional
information please contact the VBOC at 916-527-8400 or e-mail at admin@vbocix.org.

Fee: No Fee Imposed for Veterans or their spouses. *Verification Required
Location: Auburn City Hall
Rose Room
1225 Lincoln Way
Auburn, California 95603
Time: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (PST)
Pre-Registration is required as Seating is limited
Date(s): Wednesday, June 27, 2018
 

SBDC Partners with EDD

Sierra Small Business Development Center is here to help employers learn more about EDD’S Quick E-File & E-Pay for Employers and the New CA Law for Employers. 

Beginning January 1, 2017, employers with 10 or more employees will be required to electronically submit employment tax returns, wage reports, and payroll tax deposits to the Employment Development Department (EDD). All remaining employers will be subject to this requirement beginning January 1, 2018. Any employer required under existing law to electronically submit wage reports and/or electronic funds transfer to the EDD will remain subject to those requirements.  For more information, visit FAQs – E-file and E-pay Mandate for Employers.

Benefits of Electronic Filing and Payments

-Increases data accuracy.
-Protects data through encryption, which is safer and more secure than paper forms.
-Reduces paper and mailing costs.
-Eliminates lost mail.
-Faster processing of returns and payments.

File and Pay Electronically with e-Services for Business

Employers can use e-Services for Business to comply with the e-file and e-pay mandate. e-Services for Business is a fast, easy, and secure way to manage your employer payroll tax accounts online. With e-Services for Business, you can:

-Register for an employer payroll tax account number.
-File returns and reports.
-Make payroll tax deposits and pay other liabilities.
-View and update account information.
-And more!

For more information, please visit: http://www.edd.ca.gov/Payroll_Taxes/E-file_and_E-pay_Mandate_for_Employers.htm

About Employment Development Department

The Employment Development Department (EDD) is California’s largest tax collection agency and handles the audit and collection of payroll taxes and maintains employment records.