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Houston Musician Nick Gaitan shares his advice on copyright protection for emerging artists

By Jade Boldenow, Fresh Arts Can you start by telling us a little bit about yourself and artistic background? Sure. My name is Nick Gaitan. I’m a native Houstonian, and I’ve been performing live music since the summer of ’99. I picked up the guitar at a young age, but it was then that I

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2024 TALA art of taxes webinar

ARTISTS! Stay up to date with information that impacts your tax liability.Structured with artists in mind, this seminar is designed to walk you through your tax return, addressing common artist concerns and important IRS regulations pertaining to creative practices including: · What it means to be self-employed/independent contractor · Keeping records of income and expenses

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Arts + Taxes Cheat Sheet

ARTS + TAXES: A FRESH ARTS CHEAT SHEET Yes, it’s true: the IRS considers being an artist as a small business. Whenever you, as an artist, spend money to practice your art, said expense could potentially be a business expense. Consult the IRS’ list of questions that determine your art as hobby vs. a business,

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GOAL SETTING TOOLKIT

GOAL SETTING TOOLKIT Let’s talk about the magic of actualizing through visioning and smart goal setting. This toolkit will invite participants to picture their own version of personal, professional, and artistic success. Artists may use this as a practical guide for tracking, and actively pursuing their goals. To get this toolkit FOR FREE please fill in and submit

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