Artist Resource Center - Tax Basics

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Excerpt from "Taxation of the Visual Artist" by Michele M. Stanton, CPA, Texas and Accountants for the Arts (TALA).

Primary records are the actual receipts, invoices, and bills the artist receives in the course of art related business or personal life. Canceled checks, bank statements, and deposit slips are also included.

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Assembled by Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD.  Courtesy of Free Management Library.

 

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Post date: Dec 12, 2011
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Here are some tips and strategies for thinking about your taxes. There are special circumstances that apply to freelance writers and other independent professionals, so I will highlight what you need to know to prepare your taxes.

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By Peter Jason Riley, CPA. Courtesy of ArtsTaxInfo.com

 

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Courtesy of NYFA.org

 

You’re an artist, so you don’t have to worry about some of the constraints that come with running a business. Or do you? Unfortunately, concentrating solely on the process of creating your art is not always possible.

 

Post date: Oct 28, 2011
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Downloadable handbook which provides a general understanding of federal income tax law and matters frequently encountered by artists.   Includes a glossary of tax terms as well as information on record keeping, tax returns, deductions, and self-employment taxes.  2010 Edition.

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