Tax and Self Employment for Artists

professional development_boxAre 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 responsibilities and obligations to Revenue… from keeping good books and records to filing your tax returns. The article covers: Recording Income & Expenses, Allowable & Disallowable Expenses, sample accounts, Tax bands and Tax credits, PRSI and Social Insurance Benefits, the Universal Social Charge, Filing Your Tax Return, Preliminary Tax, Voluntary Contributions, The Artists Tax Exemption, Apportioning Income and Awards and Grants.

Tax and Self-Employment for Artists is part of The Manual – Survival Guide for Visual Artists providing information on all aspects of professional development.

 

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