Thursday, September 19, Hamilton will be the site of one of this year's statewide business workshops sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. "Assistance for Business Clinic" (ABC) starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. with a plethora of information that concerns every business in Montana. Organizers have designed the day to provide businesses, bookkeepers and attorneys with updated information on everything from the Department of Revenue's new Form MW-4 to the Registered Apprenticeship Program, along with details on overtime, minimum wage and other rules and regulations.

To understand the depth of information that will be available in the sessions, here's the list of agencies represented:
Montana Department of Labor & Industry, Department of Revenue, Department of Public Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor, Montana Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve, Job Service Employer Committees (JSEC), Montana State University and the Bitterroot Chamber of Commerce.

The clinics have be held throughout the state since April this year. Hamilton is the final stop. For more information, contact the Bitterroot Chamber of Commerce at (406) 363-2400. Cost is $45 and registration is 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m. Thursday at the Bitterroot River Inn conference center in Hamilton.