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Finalist for the Young Careerist of the Year Award

 The Spartanburg Downtown Association is proud to announce that one of its Members, Melissa Anne Cunningham, President of Motivation & Achievement Concepts, will be representing the Spartanburg Breakfast Chapter of the Business & Professional Women at their State Conference on April 20, as a Finalist for the 2013 Young Careerist of the Year Award. In addition to the application, each candidate is required to give a 4 minute speech chosen from a set list of topics. Ms. Cunningham chose to address the question:


“What is the most important issue facing working women today?
How can BPW (and you as a BPW member) help address this issue?”
Her Speech is entitled, “Passivity in Salary Negotiation”.

FROM THE SC Department Of Revenue:
March 15, 2013

Governor Haley has issued an Executive Order requiring all state agencies to review statutes, rules, regulations and policies for their effects on South Carolina’s economy. As part of this effort, the South Carolina Department of Revenue is reaching out to the business community for suggestions of statutes, rules, regulations and policies administered by our agency that are placing an undue burden on businesses or the South Carolina economy.

Please see the attachment for information on how to submit suggestions of statutes, rules, regulations, or policies related to tax laws, alcoholic beverage licensing laws, and bingo laws administered by the Department of Revenue that place an undue burden on your business or the State’s economy. Please submit your suggestions by April 9, 2013. Your suggestions are greatly appreciated.

  Notice to All Businesses, Chambers of Commerce, Trade Associations, and Other Business Organizations

 Governor Haley has issued an Executive Order requiring all state agencies to review statutes, rules, regulations and policies for their effects on South Carolina’s economy. The purpose of this review is to determine whether the costs of these statutes, rules, regulations and policies outweigh their intended benefits. In making this determination, each agency must consider the necessity, complexity, effectiveness, redundancy, and the impact of statutes, rules, regulations, and policies on the businesses and economy of South Carolina.

As part of this effort, the South Carolina Department of Revenue is reaching out to the business community for suggestions of statutes, rules, regulations and policies administered by our agency that are placing an undue burden on businesses or the South Carolina economy.

To make a suggestion, please go to our website at www.sctax.org and click on the “SCDOR Statutory and Regulatory Review” link in the “What’s New” section of the website. This will allow you to submit your suggestions via e-mail. Suggestions may also be mailed to:

SC Department of Revenue
Policy Division – Statutory and Regulatory Review
300A Outlet Pointe Boulevard, Columbia, SC 29210

Suggestions can deal with any statute, rule, regulation or policy concerning a tax administered by the Department (e.g., income tax, sales and use tax, property tax) or a regulatory matter administered by the Department (e.g., alcoholic beverage licensing, bingo).

Please submit your suggestions by April 9, 2013. If possible, please include the code section, regulation, policy number, or tax return, application or other form or instructional material name or number as well as an explanation of the undue burden it imposes on your business or industry. In addition, if you have any recommendations as to how the code section, regulation, or policy can be improved, please include that with your suggestion.

 The Spartanburg Downtown Association performs services directly related to downtown development, such as promotion and advertising, business recruitment and retention, and planning and problem solving among downtown stakeholders.

 SDA acts as an advocate and information source for its members. Our members are downtown property owners, business owners, residents and patrons.

Please refer to our website for details at www.downtownspartanburg.com or contact Kathy Chandler, Executive Director, at
(864) 494-9621 or via email at Kathydowntown@charter.net

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