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NASeA Talk Session: Tax saving tips (Individual/Small Business Tax)

NASeA Talk Session:  Tax saving tips (Individual/Small Business Tax)
Tax compliance issues and pitfalls faced by immigrant taxpayers

Don’t miss an opportunity to ask your question to Tax experts!

(Presentation will be followed by Question and Answers)

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Time: 11 AM EST

Conference Call Dial – (712) 432-0385

Conference Call Code: 139004#

The following will be the speakers:

  • Kumar Bhandari CPA, MTX, Georgia
  • Rabin Karki, Liberty Tax Owner, North Carolina
  • Roshan Bhandari, High Point, North Carolina
  • Saroj Nepal, MBA, Georgia

 

Kumar Bhandari CPA, MTX
Masters of Taxation and Bachelor in Accounting
Kumar Bhandari works at as tax consultant (Prime Accounting & Tax Solutions LLC). He has full range of tax planning & preparation, payroll, accounting and bookkeeping services throughout the United States. He has been engaged as senior tax advisor with other large national and international Accounting firms.
● Federal and multistate tax compliance and planning in various industries with focus in Real Estate
● provided tax planning, consulting & compliance service
● High Net-worth Residents and Non-Resident individuals tax compliances
● Tax compliance and planning of estates & trusts, manufacturing, distribution, software, technology, staffing, non-profit private schools/associations/foundations, professional services industries
● US compliance for international operations/owners’ (inbound & outbound) tax planning and compliance
● Consulted various small to mid-sized companies on financial reporting, multi-state payroll tax, sales tax, property tax and local jurisdiction tax planning and compliances. Consulted on Mergers and Acquisitions
● Performed audit of multinational corporations.
Rabin Karki, Liberty Tax Owner
Raleigh, North Carolina
Rabin Karki has been in tax business for more than 14 years.He owns “Liberty Tax Service” in several locations in North Carolina. He has tremendous knowledge, and experience in both “Individual”, and “Business” tax laws.He has been conducting training classes on Tax for everyone in North Carolina.
Roshan Bhandari
High Point, North Carolina
Roshan Bhandari
has been working as an accountant for a hotel management company for last six years.Prior to working in his current job he volunteered for The City of High Point to file taxes for the low income population also known as VITA program.VITA program, also known as Volunteered Income Tax Assistance which is a program set up by IRS to offer free tax filing services to individuals who make less than $54,000, person with disabilities, and individuals with limited English.Roshan understands that there are certain section of Nepalese folks all over who are on their way to prosperity but currently qualify for VITA program.  He will be able to guide to the VITA program in your city so that the IRS-Certified volunteer will be able to file your taxes electronically for free. 
Saroj Nepal, MBA
Georgia
Saroj Nepal
graduated from Bellevue University with MBA (Master in Business Administration). He has been working in the accounting and tax field for last 8 years. Currently he works as a Senior Accountant in Phase 3 Marketing and Communication. He also owns a book keeping company where he is providing service to small business and personal financial needs such as tax preparation bookkeeping, payroll, CFO Service.

 

Welcome/Opening Remarks: Bimal Nepal   President,  NASeA

Moderator: Shailendra Bajracharya

Once again, looking forward welcoming you all in this important talk session.

 

With Respect,

Shailendra Bajracharya

Chair, External Relation Committee, NASeA

Executive Vice President, NASeA

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Synchronized Blood Drive Event in all states of this region

Blood Donation is Life Donation!

Nepalese Association of Southeast America (NASeA) in partnership with Blood Donors of America (BDA), and the host organization, Nepalese Association of Georgia, (NAG) marks her Silver Jubilee (25th) celebration by organizing a Synchronized Blood Drive Event in all states of this region.

For all locations – Blood Drive On   Saturday, March 25th, 2017

State Time Location Contact Info
Alabama
Florida
Georgia  3:00am – 7:00pm Haveli Indian Cuisine
490 Franklin Gateway SE, Marietta, GA 30067
 Damu Dongol, President, NAG
(770) 330-6917
Bhabindra Basnet, State Coordinate
(404) 324-3473

Shailendra Bajracharya
(404) 376-7292

Gobinda Shrestha
(404) 313-0337

Tara Pun
(404) 944-8939

Bishw Angdembe
(678) 250-5264

Arjun Khapange
(678) 733-2886

Kumar KC
(347) 531-6431

Bachan KC
(678) 592-1710

Santosh Pahari
(954) 397-5435

Ram Khatri
(678) 770-8063

Bidhya Gurung
(404) 447-8272

South Carolina  11:00am – 4:00pm  785 E Butler Road, Mauldin, SC 29662 Satish Gupta
(919) 455-5151
Nishant Aryal
(313) 515-4280

 

Photo ID required.

Please Spread the news and request all to be the part of this humanitarian task!

ContactSatish Gupta, 919-455-5151

Chair, Health and Welfare Committee, NASeA

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Requesting application for “2017 Eric Lu Scholarship” managed by APAC-GA/NASeA

Respected Parents/Students of Georgia, Greetings!

NASeA Scholarship Ad-Hoc committee is requesting for application for annual APAC-GA scholarship awards. The committee will select one candidate to represent Nepali community from Georgia. Selected candidate’s essay will be submitted to APAC-GA to enter for scholarship program as given below.

Please submit your application to NASeA Scholarship Ad-Hoc committee via email at Scholarship@NASeAOnline.org by Monday March 27, 2017 Midnight Eastern Time. Upon selection, you will be asked to fill in the final APAC-GA Application, and a short bio.

Scholarship Description & Rules:

  1. Applicants must be resident of Georgia (APAC decided to accept applicants only from Georgia this year) 
  2. Apply by submitting application Click here for Application
  3. Essay should follow Rubric Click here Rubric
  4. Applicants will be judged on their overall academic achievement, leadership qualities, extra-curricular involvement, community service, established essay grading rubric, and the following guideline set by APAC-GA. APAC-GA will be awarding a “2017 Eric Lu Scholarship” of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) at APAC-GA’s 32st Annual Unity Gala on Saturday, May 6, 2017 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM.
  5. This scholarship is meant to support the college education of deserving Asian American high school students who are about to graduate and enter college.
  6. Candidate must be physically present for the event to receive award.
  7. ESSAY must not exceed 500 words.

Eric Lu Scholarship Award – Essay Theme:
“Based on your culture identity, you were selected as an advisor to the President of the United States of America for one day. How would you use this opportunity as it relates to community and philanthropy? ”

Please spread the news and encourage your children to submit the application along with the supporting essay, and take an advantage of this college entering opportunity. Best of Luck!

With Respect,

Manoj Jha, Ph.D. Chair
Academic and Professional Committee, NASeA
Damu Dongol
President, Nepalese Association of Georgia (NAG)
Coordinator, NASeA Scholarship Ad-Hoc Committee
Shailendra Bajracharya
Executive Vice President, NASeA
Coordinator, NASeA Scholarship Ad-Hoc Committee

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Keynote address by Founding President Dr. Bishwa Acharya

NASeA President Bimal Nepal presented following keynote address by founding president Dr. Bishwa Acharya during Silver Jubilee celebration in Atlanta.

Download (PDF, 699KB)

 

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