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Friday
May 21, 2010
PDC Software Cluster Gathering [Rescheduled to 4/26]
Portland Development Commission

The PDC interview came up with 3 critical areas that impact software professionals: 1) Education 2) Political Engagement 3) Taxes & Fees

The goal of the meeting will be to break into small groups, read some of the written ideas from the online interview and brainstorm ways for the PDC to address these issues.

Each of the 3 groups will share with the larger group with the goal of reaching consensus around a few ideas for the PDC to pursue.

We'll then go out to the larger community with a second online interview to make sure that we're giving the PDC advice that reflects the entire region.

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Tuesday
Jan 15, 2013
Tax & Conversation: Tuesday 6pm Civics
Collective Agency Downtown

The Tax and Conversation community does statewide legal work which comes out of civics events and outreach.

The work is a constitutional amendment on income tax reform for Oregon 2014, because we want everybody in Oregon to have enough:

-The most basic healthcare (a place to live, food to eat, and a little money for things like clothes).

-Human understanding of tax (better trust, empathy, appreciation, courage, positive actions).

-Jobs (Oregon state government is the biggest employer. Hire at least 30,000 jobs, and treat all businesses and all humans equally).

RSVP: https://taxandconversation.com/events/

Alex Linsker [email protected] (503) 369-9174 Twitter: @alexlinsker Facebook: http://facebook.com/taxandconversation https://taxandconversation.com

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Tuesday
Jan 22, 2013
Tax & Conversation: Tuesday 6pm Civics
Collective Agency Downtown

The Tax and Conversation community does statewide legal work which comes out of civics events and outreach.

The work is a constitutional amendment on income tax reform for Oregon 2014, because we want everybody in Oregon to have enough:

-The most basic healthcare (a place to live, food to eat, and a little money for things like clothes).

-Human understanding of tax (better trust, empathy, appreciation, courage, positive actions).

-Jobs (Oregon state government is the biggest employer. Hire at least 30,000 jobs, and treat all businesses and all humans equally).

RSVP: https://taxandconversation.com/events/

Alex Linsker [email protected] (503) 369-9174 Twitter: @alexlinsker Facebook: http://facebook.com/taxandconversation https://taxandconversation.com

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Tuesday
Apr 15, 2014
Portland Java User Group
Jama South

This month's topic: Taxes and Payments at Gilt

Gilt is an online retailer based out of New York City. Gilt's main site, gilt.com, offers luxury apparel and home furnishings. This talk will discuss how Gilt.com supports taxes and payments. We'll discuss Gilt's checkout system and order processing backend.

Speaker:

Sean Sullivan is a software engineer specializing in e-commerce systems, web services development, and mobile applications. Sean works on back office applications at Gilt. Sean has contributed to various open source projects, including the OAuth Java library, OpenID4Java, and OpenCSV.

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Tuesday
Oct 28, 2014
Social Security Strategies
Max's Fanno Creek Brew Pub

Social Security benefit strategies are like finger prints. Everyone s strategy is different. The Social Security personnel will not provide guidance for your benefit issues. Rick will explain some of the things you should understand and consider when applying for your Social Security benefits.

What is:

Early Retirement Age
Full Retirement age
Deferred retirement age (credits)
Spousal Benefits

What other factors should be considered when choosing to accept Social Security benefits.

How does continuing to work affect your benefits?
What about other income sources?
Life expectancy versus total benefits received.
The effects of inflation

Questions and answers

Meeting notes are downloadable at: http://occa.org/files/SSNotes.pdf

Agenda:

6:00--6:20 Networking
6:20--7:00 No-host dinner
7:00--7:30 Introductions and announcements
7:30--8:30 Main Presentation (followed by Q&A):
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Tuesday
Mar 21
Law Chat w/ Miller Nash
Oregon Story Board

The attorneys over at Miller Nash are looking to refine their knowledge in regards to the legal needs of startups here in town.

Along with Oregon Story Board, Miller Nash is hosting a gathering for local entrepreneurs and startups to both gain a better understanding of your needs as well as answer a few of your own questions.

There will be four different attorneys from Miller Nash in the areas of Intellectual Property, Tax and General Business, General Business and Securities, and Employment in attendance.

Space is limited, so register now.

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