Meyer, Unkovic & Scott’s Kevin Israel will co-present on the topic of “Accounting 101 for Startups” at Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) Schwartz Center for Entrepreneurship’s Inside/Out Commercialization Workshop on September 17 from noon to 1:00 p.m.
The workshop provides fundamental and practical advice on setting up a successful accounting system for startup entities. Topics covered will include: choice-of-entity decisions, pertinent tax filings and tax credits available, how to prepare for investor due diligence, and in-house vs. outsourced bookkeeping options.
Israel is a member of the Meyer, Unkovic & Scott’s Corporate & Business Law, MUSolutions, and Private Clients groups. He advises founders of new venture startups on entity formation and corporate finance in addition to advising individuals and principals of closely-held and family-owned businesses in the areas of estate and succession planning, income tax planning, and business transactions.
Israel will be joined by Brendan Conley of the accounting firm E.G. Conley, P.C.
For more information and to register, please visit CMU’s Schwartz Center for Entrepreneurship’s event web site at: https://www.cmu.edu/swartz-center-for-entrepreneurship/events/index.html