Rich Streitfeld offers his “Ten Percent of Priceless: Sales Tax for Artists” Workshop

Several months ago we featured CPA Richard Streitfeld as a guest speaker in our ongoing workshop series for artists – (a recording of that session is available here). If you missed that session and would like a chance to attend live, Richard is giving the workshop again for the Arts & Business Council.

Info from http://artsandbusinesscouncil.org/ten-percent-of-priceless

Ten Percent of Priceless: Sales Tax for Artists (Evening Webinar)

December 13th, 2011, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: ONLINE
$10 / Free to members

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Sales tax! The very thought of it makes you cringe, right?  It’s an extra cost, a pain to track, and while one friend says not to sweat it another colleague was just audited. In this interactive presentation, local “accountant for artists” Rich Streitfeld will help you navigate this difficult subject. Topics to be addressed include: interstate sales, Internet sales, reducing exposure, invoicing options and bookkeeping/reporting.  
Rich’s recent broadcast on this subject drew over one hundred participants from around the country.  The fee of $10 is not taxable but is tax-deductible. Sign up today!

Who should attend:

  • Artists
  • Creative entrepreneurs
  • Craftspeople, and people who sell things!

Rich Streitfeld is a CPA with a passion for networking, activism and entrepreneurship. A partner with Aaronson Lavoie Streitfeld Diaz and Company since 1998, his practice focuses on helping small businesses grow and thrive through tax planning, financial analysis, professional collaborations and common sense. He especially enjoys helping start-ups structure themselves correctly. ALSD, headquartered in Rhode Island, has long been a favorite of the region’s entrepreneurs, artists and other modestly successful eccentrics. Rich also authors a lively blog, Peace Love and Business Planning (peaceloveandbusinessplanning.com).

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