Jessie Parker con MONEY SMARTS for VISUAL ARTISTS (PART B): BUSINESS TAX:WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN'T CLAIM AND HOW AND WHY
MONEY SMARTS FOR VISUAL ARTISTS ( PART B): BUSINESS TAX: WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN’T CLAIM AND HOW AND WHYVisual artists in a home based business or rented art studio will benefit from this eBook about the business side of accounting and taxation, enabling you the artist to work your way through all the options available to you re what you can and can’t claim in expenses and why and how. Misunderstandings about this detail abound and this eBook straightens all this out for you so you don’t get in trouble down the road. The eBook deals with all artists need to proceed to DIY with or without advice from an accountant.Disclosure: This eBook is written based on Canadian law. However most of it will also apply to the USA and some other countries.(I recommend a side of advice from your accountant to complement and/or clarify as needed.)We answer questions like: ”Should I claim my expenses even if I am in the red for the year?” (Yes, and we clearly explain why.)Part B covers: The Nitty Gritty Made Easy1.What you can and should claim in expenses for your business2.What the different types of expenses are, what they mean and how to deal with them3.Sales taxes :if and when and how4.Does Donating You Art Make Sense?5.To Netfile or NotThis is the second eBook of the series of three. The concept came from considering what I could do to help artists by filling in the gaps with what they need to know but don’t usually have a chance to learn. The info is from an artist’s point of view and in plain English, NOT in account-speak or legalese. The eBook series evolved from several workshops I have given to visual artists tailored to their specific needs. Many myths and common assumptions are debunked. Artists have specific issues and claimables that other business owners never come across. Who should buy this eBook? Does one of the following describe you? 1.You are a Professional visual artist in any media (such as painting, photo-based art, sculpture, fibre, fine crafts, etc.), whether emerging, mid-career or established ...or..2.You are considering making the big leap from being a hobbyist to being a professional fine artist and you want to get off on the right foot ..or..3.You are a Self-employed graphic designer, illustrator or other category of commercial artist.Frankly if I had had the benefit of the content of this eBook back decades ago, I could have saved myself so very much time, money, and hassle. I’ve learned all this stuff the long hard way. You can now learn it the easy way by leaning on me. Why would I dare to write such a book? It turns out that I have a unique background for writing this eBook!In a nutshell: Professional artist five decades; art teacher many years; public speaker at National Gallery of Canada several years; professional photographer four decades, including for National Museums. Most pertinent: Financial Planner several years; accounting courses and own accounting four decades; successful audit. Although this eBook is published through Kindle for Amazon, you do not need a Kindle reader to view it. It is formatted in such a way that it is accessible on any computer, and tablet and any smart phone!Don’t wait, get your copy of this second volume of “Money Smarts for Visual Artists”!