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The Actor's Guide to Smart Taxes

The Actor's Guide to Smart Taxes
Your Price: $18.95 CDN
Biz Bestseller!
Author: Jennifer M. Long
Publisher: The Smart Artist
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 81
Pub. Date: 2019
ISBN-10: 1999551818
ISBN-13: 9781999551810

About the Book:

Your Money Matters

The Actor's Guide to Smart Taxes is your ultimate resource to navigating the self-employment world within the arts industries.

When you're an actor spending your hard-earned money to make your way in the industry, tax time is really all the time. To help make your life a little easier, Jennifer M. Long has put together an essential guide to everything you need to know about filing taxes as an actor.

Written specifically for artists who have fluctuating, uncertain, and sometimes limited streams of income, The Actor's Guide to Smart Taxes will help you make your tax preparation more profitable and less of a hassle. Topics include:

• Income – ways to track it and report it
• Expenses – what exactly is a business expense?
• How to properly sort and store your business receipts
• Tips for using tax software
• How to SAVE on taxes
• and much more!

Living hand to mouth is not uncommon for artists, especially in an environment like what we are currently facing. What's more, the skyrocketing costs of residing in a major city coupled with an actor's fluctuating paycheck can make the concept of getting your finances in order feel like an impossible dream, especially when it comes to taxes. Jennifer M. Long gets how overwhelming tax season can be for self-employed creatives; she is one! She is also a double-certified tax professional and passionate about simplifying complicated tax concepts to ensure that as an actor, you're ready to deal with your personal taxes.

About the Author:

Jennifer M. Long holds a variety of post-secondary and industry certifications including business management, bookkeeping, and advanced taxation. After pursuing a decade-long professional career in the arts, she decided to focus her talents on the behind-the-scenes world of arts management, but she loves to sing and dance, and performs as often as she can, except during tax season.