StonehamBank Offers Employee Classification Seminar for Small Business Owners October 9

October 24, 2013

Add ImageStoneham, MA – Business Development Specialist Michele Fitzpatrick recently announced the final fall small business seminar planned for business owners, realtors, CPAs and attorneys at StonehamBank.

On Tuesday evening, November 19 at 5:30 at StonehamBank’s 80 Montvale Avenue branch, Tim Halligan, President of the Exchange Authority, LLC, will offer a two hour seminar on IRC §1031Tax Deferred Exchanges.

Mr. Halligan’s presentation, which will offer CPE credits to realtors and CPAs, will cover the definition of  tax-deferred exchanges, the specific requirements of an exchange, practical applications of the rules as well as special issues IRC §1031 Exchanges may precipitate.  

“This seminar focuses on a topic that affects a wide population” says Fitzpatrick. “CPAs and real estate professionals, especially, will get valuable information on 1031 exchanges so they can assist their clients, while also earning continuing education credits for their time at no cost. If you own an investment property and are thinking about buying or selling, this is a great place to learn all
you need to know about the Capital Gain Tax and how your decision will affect you from a tax perspective.”

Registration and additional information about the seminar can be found  There is no fee for this seminar, but registration is requested so that appropriate preparations can be made for light refreshments and seating.

StonehamBank is a full-service community bank offering state of the art products and services to residents and businesses throughout eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. In addition to providing progressive products and convenience
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