Artist Resource Center - Accounting

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A to Z Glossary of Bank & Credit Terms courtesy of the Center for Responsible Lending.

 

 

Post date: Mar 28, 2012
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This publication provides basic federal tax information for people who are starting a business. It also provides information on keeping records and illustrates a recordkeeping system. Throughout this publication we refer to other IRS publications and forms where you will find more information.

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How are today's Musician's earning money?

 

Artist Revenue Streams is a multi-method, cross-genre examination of how US-based musicians’ revenue streams are changing, and why. This mini-site is the home of our project’s releases and findings. We will issue multiple reports and presentations here from January-June 2012.

 

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Courtesy of ArtsTaxInfo.com

 

Expense checklist for actors PDF Version

 

Expense checklist for actors Excel Worksheet Version
 

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Courtesy of ArtsTaxInfo.com

 

Expense checklist for musicians and singers PDF Version
Expense checklist for musicians and singers Excel Worksheet Version

Post date: Mar 22, 2012
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Artists and taxes don’t seem to mix very well. Taxes and administrating the business of art are often last on the list of concerns for the visual artist. The secret to overcoming this phobia is to develop an understanding of the mechanisms of the tax code and some simple, effective ways of complying with this onerous task. In so doing you will pay less in taxes and you will be less likely to fall prey to erroneous tax information and disreputable or ill-informed advisors.

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Confused about how to write a business plan? Score.org offers downloadable templates that outline how to start documenting plans for development, finances, and marketing strategies.

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Businesses spend money before they ever open their doors. Start-up expenses are those expenses incurred before the business is running. Many people underestimate start-up costs and start their business in a haphazard, unplanned way. Learn how to predict your expenses accurately and how to finance the first stages of your start-up.

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Presentation information by Intuit Quickbooks.

Includes a comprehensive overview of Financial Management & Accounting essentials for small business owners.

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