Workshop: Taxes and Finances for the Independent Contractor

Deadline January 02, 2020

Register by 5pm, January 2
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Doors at 4:00pm
Workshop starts promptly at 4:30pm, and ends at 6:30pm.

Working from a prior PowerPoint presentation, Michael Davidson and Carol Wild will discuss tax law for both the freelance and W2 employee creative professional.

They will cover interesting and entertaining issues not encountered by the ordinary taxpayer and address questions arising from the floor. Time at the end for a Q & A. They will NOT address specific tax issues relating to a person’s personal tax return – only questions that have application to the audience at large.

Workshop leaders:

Michael Davidson is an Enrolled Agent licensed to represent taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service since late in the last century. Prior to that, he was a New York lighting designer and Rock and Roll Roadie. After a bout with bankruptcy when he was a promoter of live stage attractions, he founded A & E Tax Service to service the entertainment and creative professional. He sold the practice several years ago but still maintains a small practice for those clients with particularly interesting and unique tax problems.

Carol Wild is also an Enrolled Agent, has worked for years with VITA [a federally funded low-income tax clinic], also in the Trust Department of U S Bank. Later she joined A & E for 5 years – leaving to develop her own private practice to cater to trust and estate clients as well as the creative professional

COST: $15 for general public. Free to artists on the YA Roster. Limit 20 participants

Young Audiences, 1220 SW Morrison, 10th floor.
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