Managing Your Accounts with Gaby Smyth (NI)

Recorded on 30th of September 2020.

Please note: The information presented in the webinar was correct at the time of recording in September 2020. However, the relevance of the content may change over time as new tax laws, Revenue guidance, and other amendments are applied to custom and practice in this area. Contemporaneous guidelines from or professional advice should always be sought by any individual in relation to current tax obligations and laws.

An introductory session on finance for visual artists, this session aims to support artists who are new to self-employment or who are considering registering as self-employed with Revenue.  This session will look at: the benefits of being registered as self-employed; how to register as a self employed tax payer; how different income is treated in your tax return; how to record income and expenditure; what are allowable expenses; the Artists Tax Exemption; Income Tax; USC; PRSI and other issues in response to participant questions.

You might also like to look at the articles on Finance for Self Employed in our online Manual

Gaby Smyth is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and managing director with Gaby Smyth & Company Ltd., Business Consultants. He has provided business and taxation advice to individuals and companies for almost 20 years, specialising in the literary, music, film and theatre arts. Gaby has a keen personal and professional interest in the visual arts, promoting not just the work, but the role, of artists, through his work with organisations such as: Pallas Studios, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, IVARO and VAI.  He is Chair of the board of Irish National Opera

This event was held in partnership with Kerry County Council Arts Office.


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