SA - Bands, Budgets and Balancing the Books

It’s tax time, which means one thing: we need to talk money. Join APRA AMCOS and Music SA for a practical session aimed at helping you keep track of your cash, create a tour budget and prepare a tax return.

The session will be split into two masterclasses. In part one, Music SA's Emma Coyle will take you through how to plan, budget and manage a band tour. Business Advisor Christian Sloniec from Altitude Advisory will lead part two with financial and tax advice. 

This is a vital session for artists, managers and small music business owners looking to make the most of their money.

Thanks to St. Paul's Creative Centre who are providing free room hire and facilities for this important event.  

RSVP to sa@apra.com.au to secure your spot!


Event Info

Date
13 Jul 2017 - 13 Jul 2017

Location
St Paul's Creative Centre, 200 Pulteney Street, Adelaide

Time
4 - 5.30PM

Cost
Free


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