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    Monday, May 13, 2019
    How to Avoid Tax-Related Identity TheftBy BarbaraWeltman, Guest Blogger, U.S. Small Business Administration  Tax-related identity theft is prominent on the IRS’s 2019 Dirty Dozen list of Tax Scams. Tax-related identity theft is not limited to stealing personal information of individuals. Because of successful efforts to crack down on such identity theft, thieves have shifted their focus to ...read more
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    Monday, April 22, 2019
    Commissioner Candidates Respond to Questions  The Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce encourages everyone to vote in the May 21 Primary. To assist you with deciding who to vote for, we have asked the candidates for Huntingdon County Commissioner to respond to three questions on issues important to us. Candidates were asked to limit their responses to 200 words and no changes have been made to ...read more
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    Monday, April 22, 2019
    Nonprofit Insurance Programs Offer Financial Savings Many 501(c)3’s and government entities are paying too much for their Unemployment Compensation Insurance.  There is now the opportunity to work with a local company to lower your costs. There are two programs to consider: Bonded Service Program provides a fixed cost alternative based exclusively on your organization’s unemployment profile, ...read more
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    Monday, April 01, 2019
    Automatic DraftingAvailable  The Chamber is now able to automatically withdraw payments from your bank account. The ACH form is available at huntingdonchamber.com or you can email ymartin@huntingdonchamber.com. In the custom area you can note whether dues payments only or all payments are to be drafted from your account. You will be notified a couple weeks prior to your dues being drafted.   
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    Tuesday, March 26, 2019
    What if... Tax free companies, millionaire grocery clerks, real retirement savings. Crazy? No...it’s called an ESOP.What if you could sell a percentage of your company to your employees for full fair market value and enjoy the fruits of your hard work now?What if the employees paid nothing for their shares, but now had real retirement funds?And what if your company became more productive and was ...read more
    Tuesday, August 09, 2016
    SOCIAL MEDIA AND ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS POLICY POLICY STATEMENTAdopted June 6, 2016 The Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce fully acknowledges and recognizes the emergence and influence of Social Media and Electronic Communications in the modern world, as well as the rights of individuals to actively participate in the undertaking of such activities. The goal of electronic communication ...read more