By Lance Christiansen
Central Riverside County business owners got to have their taxes, and eat cake too at the Basic Record Keeping Workshop in the City of Perris. Sponsored by State Board of Equalization Vice Chair Diane Harkey, as well as Perris City Councilperson Tonya Burke, Corona City Councilperson Randy Fox, Inland Empire Hispanic Leadership Council President Jaime Hurtado, and the Perris Valley Chamber of Commerce area entrepreneurs received information on how to keep good books and records to help their business’ run more smoothly. The workshop was held in the Perris City Council Chambers. At the end of the workshop, attendees were in for a treat after Perris Chamber CEO Cindy Espinoza announced to the crowd: “Let them eat cake! The occasion was the 105th birthday of the City of Perris. Thank you to all who attended this productive workshop.
The BOE’s Fourth District staff strives to make opening a business easy. If you run a business, or have questions regarding your business in California, we are ready to provide you concierge level service. E-mail Vice Chair Diane Harkey for assistance, or call 949-724-2578.
Information Officer Lance Christensen guided the group through best record keeping practices for small businesses.
Workshop Attendees were treated to cake to mark the 105th birthday of the City of Perris.