6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
200 North Illinois Street , Indianapolis, IN 46204
Tax 101 for Founders: What are K-1s?
Anyone who has taken on an investment needs to have completed a K1 for their investors. Learn from Stacey Lichtle about what K1s are and what founders and investors need to know about them! This is a great opportunity to ask tax questions and network with fellow members! Dinner will be provided.
6:00 pm - Dinner and networking!
6:30 pm - Welcome and introduction
6:35 pm - Presentation
7:25 pm - Homework assignment
7:30 pm - More socializing
8:00 pm - Wrap up!
BIO OF STACEY LICHTLE
Stacey Lichtle is a Tax Manager at RSM with 8 years of experience in public accounting. Her experience includes delivering tax consulting and compliance services to private equity owned portfolio companies, privately held businesses, and public companies. Stacey's experience includes providing tax compliance and advisory services to a wide range of multinational and multistate companies focusing on technology industries and manufacturing/wholesale distribution.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Entrepreneurs at any stage
- Sales professionals
- Investors who want to support their founders
- Nonprofit leaders
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