Closing date for applications: Thursday 23 February, 5pm. Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is currently seeking to recruit an experienced Bookkeeper to manage daily accounts. Approximately 1 day/8 hrs per week 2 years with 6-month probationary period Financial ● Managing the daily financial operations of the company involving: payments to artists and suppliers, control of […]
Are you a self-employed artist? Do you work part time as an employee and as an artist for the rest of the time? Are you practicing as an artist but also unemployed? Our newly updated article on Tax and Self Employment guides you through all you need to know with regard to your personal financial […]
Self-employment means that you work for yourself or in partnership with others. Being self-employed enables you to choose the type of work you wish to undertake and the amount of time you wish to spend working on it.
Being self-employed means you are carrying on your own business rather than working for an employer. With this there are many advantages and disadvantages.
The transportation of works of art can be a complicated and costly business involving a variety of factors such as art handling, packaging, customs’ paperwork, shipping and insurance.
It is impossible to provide a detailed answer to this question as the issue is too subjective. However, Visual Artists lreland has commissioned Gaby Smyth and Co Accountants to prepare a guide on Tax, PRSI and Social Insurance benefits for self-employed artists. This guide provides advice on how to keep books and records, prepare your […]
The Revenue website provides all the information you need to apply for the Artists’ Tax Exemption. Here you will find information on how the scheme works, eligibility, how to claim and the required claim forms. The site also provides a useful FAQ’s section relating to the Scheme. See: www.revenue.ie/en/tax/it/reliefs/artists-exemption.html In addition, The Manual contains an article […]