When

February 3, 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST

Where

New England Foundation for the Arts | 145 Tremont Street, 8th Floor, Boston, MA 02111

The workshop is currently full; please add your name to the wait list and you will be notified if space opens up. 

Is 2020 the year you want to gain a better understanding of how to manage your taxes as an artist or creative entrepreneur? Do you want to better understand the self-employment tax, how to track expenses and receipts etc.? Don’t know what the self-employment tax is? If not, that’s ok! This workshop may be for you!

About the Workshop

As a long-time working artist, the financial challenges of freelancers and small creative businesses are both relevant and personal to Hannah. She will discuss the basic tax equation, self-employment tax and the estimated quarterly tax system, audit concerns for the creative person, and other tax issues specifically relevant to artists and makers, followed by a question and answer period. Hannah Cole is the founder of Sunlight Tax, which specializes in friendly, informative tax preparation for artists, and engaging, art-world savvy tax education workshops for artist groups. 

Bonus: All attendees will also receive access to two online courses: 

  • Artist Deductions Deep Dive: What, How, When, Why. 
  • Bookkeeping for Tax Savings, with QuickBooks Self-Employed Tutorial 

Event is free but you must RSVP in advance to attend.

About Hannah Cole

Hannah is a tax expert who specializes in working with creative people and their businesses. Though she’s worked at a couple “buttoned-up” tax firms in New York, she loves bringing her tax skills to the aid of the creative world. Her passion for helping creative businesses began when she was an Account Executive and Interactive Producer for a New York interactive design agency, where she saw the struggles and triumphs from the inside. 

A long-time working artist with a high-level exhibition history, the financial challenges of freelancers and small creative businesses are both relevant and personal to Hannah. And she knows that describing tax concepts in jargon-free language is always a good thing. 

Learn more about Hannah Cole and Sunlight Tax at her website, www.sunlighttax.com

Read Hannah Cole's recent blog post, "Taxes for Artists: Does It Have to Be This Dreadful?"

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