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Making Money Less Scary: Financial Planning and Taxes for Artists

With Susan Lee, EA, CFP

 Wednesday, September 12, 6-8pm

 Cost: Free for current Keyholder Residency recipients

          $12 for LESP Studio Renters and current Members

          $15 for all other artists

Join us at the Printshop with tax preparer Susan Lee, whose presentation will discuss financial and tax issues confronted by artists with a session for Q&A. Susan will address goal setting, managing cash flow, tax deductible expenses for artists, tips to help artists thrive through financials thickets, preparing your taxes, myths and facts for freelance filing, preparing for an audit, and useful resources for tax and financial services.

Susan Lee has worked with freelancers and artists in New York City for over twenty years. As a Certified Financial Planner, Susan has presented on tax and financial issues facing artists at organizations such as the Graphic Artists Guild, Artists in the Market Place, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, Columbia University, School of Visual Arts, The Center for Book Arts, and the New York Foundation for the Arts, among others. For many years, she hosted and produced a weekly personal holistic financial radio show, You and Your Money, on WBAI-FM in NYC. Susan has a website dedicated to tax and financial issues for freelancers and artists at www.freelancetaxation.com.

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