Topic: Financial Management and Accounting
Provider/Presenting Organization: Center for Cultural Innovation
Location: Los Angeles Area
When it comes to taxes, artists have unique needs and benefits. As both a tax preparer and a working actor, Emily Churchill, EA, specializes in the concerns that are unique to creative workers. This 3-hour interactive workshop will cover:
- Basics of Taxation: (Standardized Deductions, Claiming exemptions, Employee Income, Non-Employee Income);
- To itemize or not to itemize? (what you can deduct as an artist);
- How to keep track of expenses throughout the year and stay organized for your tax returns;
- Making quarterly payments;
- Going through what needs to be done for your 1099 Misc/Schedule C income and expenses.
Artists and creatives of all backgrounds will learn best practices and important take-aways about the current tax code in a friendly and confidential setting. (Please note: this workshop is for educational purposes only. Each person's tax needs are specific to their own returns, and one should always seek the advice of their own professional tax preparer.)
Emily Churchill, EA
, is a senior preparer at M & M Tax Pros, Inc., formally known as Actor'sTaxPrep, Inc. (http://actorstaxprep.com
). Ms Churchill is an experienced tax preparer, having been with Actors Tax Prep Inc, going on 10 tax seasons. She holds the prestigious designation of Enrolled Agent, which is awarded by the Internal Revenue Service to experienced practitioners. As a working actor, Emily is also highly knowledgeable of the entertainment industry and with the many avenues an artist's life can take. Her clients range from real estate agents to culinary professionals to editors in film and television.
Date: Thursday, January 30, 2020
Location: Japanese American Cultural and Community Center (JACCC), 5th Floor Cultural Room, 244 S San Pedro St, Los Angeles CA 90012
Cost: $25 early bird registration / $35 after January 16, 2020
This venue is wheelchair accessible. Please email email@example.com
with any questions or accessibility requests. We will do our best to accommodate participants with special needs.
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Cancellation Policy: Full refund on registration fees up to 48 hours prior to workshop date. Fees non-refundable after that date.
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This workshop is made possible with support from: