2012 Assets Learning Conference

Self-Employment Tax Preparation

September 20, 2012 11:00 am - 12:15 pm

Room: Delaware B

The Self-Employment Tax Initiative (SETI) is a small business development strategy that takes advantage of the tax code to help low-income, self-employed individuals formalize and grow their businesses, create jobs and access tax-based asset-building opportunities. SETI recognizes the tax season as an incredibly opportune time to introduce self-employed business owners to a host of products and services that support small business development and asset building. This session will feature the perspectives of two community tax preparation providers sharing insights on their service innovations and lessons learned through their experience serving low-income entrepreneurs at tax time.


  • Tom Larson, AccountAbilityMN
  • Rebecca Pear, Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union
  • Lauren Williams, CFED (Moderator)
 This session is sponsored by the Savings and Entrepreneurship sponsor, Capital One.