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IRS ANNOUNCES FREE MULTI-AGENCY BUSINESS TAX WORKSHOPS; $200 WORTH OF FREE INFORMATION

 DENVER, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The Internal Revenue Service, Colorado Department of Revenue and the Small Business Administration are co-sponsoring free business tax workshops throughout the State on Saturday, Jan. 9, 1993. Do the right thing! Attend this business tax workshop and obtain $200 worth of information free.
 The day-long workshops will cover the following topics: recordkeeping, tax deposits, quarterly tax returns, penalties, how to secure business loans, and presentations by the Colorado Department of Revenue and the Small Business Administration.
 The workshops will be held in the Denver metro-area, as well as Colorado Springs, Durango, Ft. Collins, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction and Frisco.
 Call 800-829-1040 to register, ask for "workshops." The best times to call are early morning and late afternoon, Wednesday through Friday. According to the IRS, don't delay, space is limited. Locations of the workshops will be provided upon registration.
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 /CONTACT: Rosemary Campbell of the Internal Revenue Service, 303-446-1650/


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