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Free webinar series offered

  • Thursday, January 9, 2014

COLUMBIA – The popular webinar series, South Carolina State Government: Bit by Bit continues this year. The series is a look into the websites of state government agencies to find unique information about South Carolina.

Outreach to Businesses – Jan. 15, 11 a.m. – noon. Beginning or operating a business in South Carolina demands constant attention to state regulations, registrations, fees and taxes. Much of this now can be accomplished through South Carolina Business One Stop, South Carolina’s Business Portal. Registration: http://bit.ly/JLHqYi

Secretary of State – Feb. 11, 11:00 a.m. – noon. The secretary’s office has a long history of certification and registration of incorporations, securities, trademarks, the Uniform Commercial Code, elections, and now charities and lobbyists. Registration: http://bit.ly/JQfWkZ

Department of Revenue, Comptroller General, State Treasurer – March 18, 11:00 a.m. – noon. Money, money, money: where it comes from, where it goes and who keeps track. Annual publications and the transparency website can provide some information on the state’s wealth, income, and out-flow. Registration: http://bit.ly/19Yh6AR

Questions and Complaints: Whom to Call – April 17, 11 a.m. – noon. Although you will never go wrong calling the South Carolina State Library with a question, there are offices and individuals in state government that can help an individual find information or get assistance with a problem or question. Registration: http://bit.ly/1dXpvY4

For questions about the webinars, contact Elaine Sandberg at 803-734-8625 or esandberg@statelibrary.sc.gov.


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