Business briefs, Dec. 10-13
Park City dentist holds a food drive
John Dingman and his dental practice, Canyon Dentistry, are holding a food drive this month to benefit needy families in Park City. According to a press release, donations will go to the food pantry at the Christian Center of Park City. Non-perishable food can be dropped off at the dentist office, 4343 N. State Road 224. For more information, contact the office at 435-658-4746 or visit the website, canyondentistry.com. “We feel very fortunate to live and work in such a wonderful and generous community. We hope that this year will be a successful one and the start of a great tradition,” the release states.
Business association elects board members
The Kimball Junction Business Association has elected two board members. According to a newsletter, Helaine O’Keefe of Basin Recreation was elected to a first term, while Gina Greene with Tanger Outlets was reelected for a second term. The association’s membership chose O’Keefe and Greene to represent them at a meeting Nov. 16. For more information, visit kimballjunction.org.
IRS warns citizens to beware of tax scams
The Internal Revenue Service is reminding people to be on the lookout for scams as tax season gets underway. According to a press release, there is an increase each year during tax season of phone-, email- or online-based scams related to identity theft or refund fraud. “Whether it’s during the holidays or the approach of tax season, scam artists look for ways to use tax agencies and the tax industry to trick and confuse people,” said IRS commissioner John Koskinen in the release. “There are warning signs to these scams people should watch out for, and simple steps to avoid being duped into giving these criminals money, sensitive financial information or access to computers.”
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