QLD - Bands, Budgets and Balancing the Books

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

An evening of practical accounting aimed to equip you with all of the skills needed to prepare a tour budget and a tax return as a musician/manager/music small business owner. Josie Cooper (Account Me In) and Deena Lynch (Amplifire Music) will talk tax facts and tour budget myths at the APRA AMCOS Queensland office in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley. 

Josie Cooper of the Gold Coast based Account Me In will present the information and tools needed to prepare musicians and songwriters for tax time, with Deena Lynch of Brisbane’s Amplifire Music on hand to guide attendees through the ins and outs of a practical touring and releaseAs the end of the financial year approaches, this is a vital session for artists, managers and small music business owners looking to make the most of their money.

Bookings essential, limited places available!

WHERE: APRA AMCOS Office, 3 Winn St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006 

WHEN: Tuesday 6 June, 6pm - 8pm

RSVP: qld@apra.com.au by Monday 5 June  (Free but bookings are essential!)


Event Info

Date
06 Jun 2017 - 06 Jun 2017

Location
APRA AMCOS Office, 3 Winn St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

Time
6pm - 8pm

Cost
Free


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