NT - Tax Time Workshop

APRA AMCOS presents NT members a unique opportunity to learn about tax, finances and good business practice from one of the country’s leading music accountants specialising in the Music Industry - just in time as we approach the end of financial year. This event will provide you with practical advice on how to manage your finances, maximise your tax return, plus give you some top tips on running your creative outlet as a small business.

Scott Maughan has worked in several Chartered Accounting firms in Brisbane before leaving to pursue a career in the music industry. After a few twists and turns he was hired at Secret Service Artist Management & Dew Process Recordings and worked for the next six years as the in-house accountant. Working under the Business Manager, Scott was responsible for all of the debtors and creditors management, book keeping, preparation of the Income Tax Returns, Business Activity Statements (BAS) and various other business and regulatory related functions for Powderfinger, The Grates and Yves Klein Blue as well as Dew Process Recordings whose acts included the likes of Sarah Blasko, Bernard Fanning, The Living End, The Grates, Whitley, The Panics and Yves Klein Blue. During his time at Secret Service, he also worked as the book keeper on the Powderfinger / silverchair “Across the Great Divide” Tour.

This workshop is FREE for APRA AMCOS members - spaces are limited, so please RSVP to nt@apra.com.au


Event Info

Date
26 Jul 2016 - 26 Jul 2016

Location
Level 1/29 Cavenagh Street Darwin NT

Time
5.30pm - 8pm

Cost
FREE


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