The Cottage Grove Chamber of Commerce in partnership with SCORE and Drumlin Residences invites the public to attend a free seminar, “The New Tax Law Unplugged,” from 8-9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 15, at Drumlin Residences, 107 E. Reynolds St.

While not required, business owners and residents are asked to RSVP on the chamber’s website at if they plan to attend.

This seminar will focus on the effects of the new tax law as it relates to small businesses as well as individuals.

Attendees will explore how a new deduction will work and possible planning strategies to reduce taxes. The goal of the seminar will be to simplify a complex issue.

In addition, this seminar will also look at the effects of changes in itemized deductions, standard deduction and credits as they apply to the participant’s personal return.

Speaker Ken Wundrow recently retired from his career as a tax and investment planner but continues to deliver tax seminars based on his expertise gained over 35 years. Wundrow holds a certification as an enrolled agent and combines public speaking with his volunteer work through SCORE as a small business mentor.

Any questions or registration can also be directed to Paula Severson with the Cottage Grove Chamber of Commerce via email at or 285-2873.

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