U.S. Small Business Administration: Small Business Roundtable
The Office of Advocacy at the U.S. Small Business Administration is holding several open small business roundtables in Boulder Colorado on Wednesday August 10th, 2016 and Denver, Colorado on Thursday August 11th, 2016 to discuss current federal regulatory issues affecting small businesses in Colorado and throughout the nation. Assistant Chief Counsel Janis Reyes and Regulatory Analyst Jonathan Porat cover federal labor and immigration issues for small businesses, will talk about the new federal overtime rules and how current visa and immigration issues affect small business hiring. Assistant Chief Counsel Dillon Taylor and Regulatory Economist Lindsay Scherber cover tax, securities and pension issues, will speak about new SEC crowdfunding rules and other proposed tax and securities rules. This is an opportunity to hear about proposed federal regulations and recently enacted federal regulations from subject matter experts and ask any question small business owners and operators may have regarding their implementation. Advocacy’s goal as the voice of small businesses in the federal regulatory process is to engage on key regulatory issues affecting small businesses throughout the country, listen to issues and concerns about how these regulations will impact small business operations and to take back ideas on how these regulations could better fit small businesses continued successful operation.
Fee: No Cost