Tax Considerations for Creatives Before You File

  • February 25, 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Zoom


Registration is closed

Artists, writers, musicians, graphic artists, film makers, anyone working as an independent arts contractor will benefit from a review of what is necessary to file your taxes this year.  Presenter:   Susan Plage, Intuit (TurboTax, QuickBooks, Quicken, Mint and ProConnect) is a Tax Expert and is an IRS Enrolled Agent.  This is Susan’s fifth year teaching this popular session. 

  • Income (W-2 and 1099-MISC)
  • Identify ordinary deductions
  • Identify deductions for creative businesses      
  • Identify Creative Business Expenses  (Form 2106, Schedule A and Schedule C)
  • Review the overall income tax landscape for federal and state filings
  • Identify records to retain for tax purposes and effective systems for tracking expenses
  • How to report emergency relief aid or PPP funds.

Susan Plage is an IRS Enrolled Agent and Tax Expert at Intuit.  She has 8 years of experience as a tax preparer and tax instructor.  While she works primarily with Turbo Tax clients, Intuit's financial products include Quicken, Quickbooks, ProConnect and Mint.  During a 17 year career in real estate, Susan worked as Sole Proprietor and the owner of an S-Corporation.  She is originally from the Mid-Atlantic States, lived in Colorado and has been a resident of Florida since 2012.

SPAA Workshops are a program of our Virtual Arts Resource Center, supported by the Bank of America Foundation, Pinellas Community Foundation, TD Bank Foundation, and the City of St. Petersburg's Office of Cultural Affairs.

Registration required in order to receive the Zoom link

  • $5.00 reduced registration fee by support from Bank of America.
  • Free for Arts Business Partners.

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