LIVESTREAM Artists Toolkit: Accounting, Tax and Income Support

  • VENUE: Online
  • COST: FREE
  • BOOKINGS: Preferred
  • PRESENTER: Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
  • WHEN: 12:30pm to 1:30pm
    14 May 2020
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Join Peter Bayliss for this livestream to learn the ins and outs of the arts accounting, tax and Job Keeper/ Job Seeker payments.

The importance of finances for artists and arts businesses has not been in the spotlight more than now, with their very livelihoods being challenged like never before.

In our 2nd Artists Toolkit Livestream, we’ll hear from Arts accountant Peter Bayliss from Into Tomorrow about how artists can gain clarity on what is required to prepare their finances for accessing the Job Keeper and Job Seeker payments, as well as guidance on some basic budgeting/cash flow principles, record-keeping and the various taxes including Income Tax, GST and PAYG. This session is FREE and open to all artists and creatives.

Peter Bayliss is a Chartered Accountant and Tax Agent and Managing Director of Into Tomorrow (Accounting and Business Services for Arts, Community and Small Business) and First Base Music (Music Artist Services). Peter has been involved in the Australian arts industry for over 20 years in a number of roles including artist, management, booking and promotion while also developing his skills in accounting and business through his work across private enterprise, community and arts organisations and government. He has also held board positions with organisations including Music Managers Forum Australia (MMF), Radio 2XX, Australian Association of Social Workers & MusicACT, Ausdance National and Screen Canberra.

Please register for this session so we can send you updates, links to the livestream and resources after the session.
Livestreamed via Facebook and YouTube. Questions can be asked via comments on Facebook Live video or YouTube Live video. Livestream will be captioned. A video recording and a full transcript will be available after the session.

Artists Toolkit Program is supported by artsACT with their ‘Community Outreach (Capacity Building) Grant’.