Business briefs, March 5-8
March 4, 2016
IRS offers free tax help for Utahns
The Internal Revenue Service is offering tax preparation services for qualifying Utahns. According to a press release, the program is available for people who make $54,000 or less, senior citizens, people who are disabled and people who speak English as a second language. The program will offer guidance on topics such as basic tax returns, tax credits, deductions and allowable expenses. The service also helps residents file their taxes electronically for no charge, though those with business tax returns or complex individual returns will not be helped. For more information on the program, visit utahtaxhelp.org.
Park City Library offers computer courses
Residents who want to sharpen up their computer skills can enroll in Computer 101, offered by the Park City Library. According to the library’s website, parkcitylibrary.org, the course begins March 9 and runs through April 13. The website states: "In this six-week course for beginning computer users, learn how to use a computer intuitively, from the ground up. Instead of teaching individual computer programs, we teach you all of the little tips and tricks that make learning any program easy." Contact the library for more information.
Zions Bank earns recognition
Zions Bank recently won 31 Greenwich Excellence Awards from the independent market research firm Greenwich Associates, more than any other U.S. bank. According to a press release, Zions Bank was honored in a variety of categories. "We are proud of these awards because they recognize not just our products, but our people, and the outstanding service and expertise they deliver every day to businesses throughout Idaho and Utah," said Scott Anderson, president and CEO of Zions Bank, in the press release. "We are continually focused on creating value for our clients, so it’s rewarding to see that business leaders in our communities recognize that value."
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