Business briefs, Feb. 25-28
February 24, 2017
Chamber/Bureau to hold photo workshop
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is putting on a workshop to teach members the fundamentals of photo editing and the importance of photos in the digital age. According to the organization's website, visitparkcity.com, the workshop will focus on Adobe Photoshop. Even members who have never opened the program will learn how to open, edit and save photos. The workshop is scheduled for Thursday, March 2, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Park City Library. Those who wish to attend are encouraged to RSVP online.
BNI to host meeting in Park City
The Business Elevated Chapter of BNI, a business and professional networking organization, is set to hold a meeting in Park City on Thursday, March 2. According to a press release, businesses in Summit and Wasatch counties that are aiming to grow their business through networking and referrals are invited to attend. The meeting is scheduled for 8 a.m. at Hotel Park City. More information about BNI can be found at utahbni.com.
IRS issues reminder to international taxpayers
The Internal Revenue Service is reminding non-U.S. citizens who have taxable incomes that they may have special requirements when filing tax returns. According to a press release, many non-residents in the country on F, J, M or Q visas — who are considered engaged in a trade or business — are required to file tax returns and may request an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number from the IRS. Others, such as those with F-1, J-1, M-1, Q-1 and Q-2 non-immigrant status are eligible to receive Social Security numbers if they are employed in the United States. Non-residents must provide the IRS with a 1040-NR form or a 1040NR-EZ form, as well as a 1042-S. Errors on those forms may result in refunds being delayed. For more information, visit irs.gov.
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