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Tue, Jan 09

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Virtual Class via Zoom

No Use Crying Over Spilt Receipts: Prepping for Tax Time as a Creative

Clean up your 2023 finances and get your creative business ready for 2024!

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No Use Crying Over Spilt Receipts: Prepping for Tax Time as a Creative
No Use Crying Over Spilt Receipts: Prepping for Tax Time as a Creative

Time & Location

Jan 09, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:15 PM

Virtual Class via Zoom

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About the event

This class is intended for creatives at every career level.

Did you promise yourself you wouldn’t end 2023 with a shoebox full of receipts but you did anyway? Is there even a shoebox?

Are you overwhelmed at the thought of starting tax prep? Will you avoid it until the week of April 15th?

Do you have no idea how much money came in or went out of your bank account this year?

This is the class for you!

In this Live Virtual Class, Art Beyond founders Esther Davidson and Elizabeth Palmisano will walk you through the steps to get your creative business ready to file your 2023 taxes and start 2024 with a plan you can stick to.

Topics will include:

Resources for cleaning up your 2023 income and expenses:

  • Best practices to identify income and expenses
  • Overlooked expenses that can be written off
  • When to get an accountant
  • What if you didn’t file a previous year’s taxes?

Get setup for success in 2024:

  • Best practices for keeping track of expenses (and income!)
  • Why you need a separate business bank account
  • Importance of keeping a Creative Business Budget

We’ll also have dedicated time at the end of our class for Q&A. So write down your questions, grab a cold drink, and we’ll see you on Zoom!

About your instructors:

Esther Davidson is a lifelong learner with a diverse professional background including experience in business operations, project management, communications, and marketing. Davidson has an AAS in Business Administration and Accounting. She has worked in industries such as retail, hospitality, food service, government non-appropriated funds, and engineering. Not an artist by traditional definition, Davidson’s varied experience and skills bring a unique perspective to arts management.

Elizabeth Palmisano is an award-winning mixed-media installation and public artist based in Charlotte, NC. She holds a BA with a concentration in Diversity and Cultural Awareness. Palmisano's community work taps into the power of art, mindfulness, and experiential learning. She encourages self-reflection and the opening of the mind through the creation of meaningful art.  Palmisano is currently working on finishing up the #NodaCloudWall across from the 36th Street Station on the light rail in Charlotte, NC. It will be Charlotte's largest community-responsive public art piece, and the first of its kind, a sculptural mural spanning over 23,000 square feet.

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