Can you deduct the cost of your movie tickets? What about cable tv, internet, mileage, studio expenses, lunch meetings? If you are a visual artist and have started thinking about filing your 2016 tax return, these questions and more need reliable answers.
The Professional Association of Visual Artists (PAVA) will be hosting Sally Lindberg – Tax Expert to the Artists – to discusses tax preparation for the year 2016 – what can be deducted, what can’t, and the fine lines in between at their next meeting.
Please join your fellow artists Tuesday, November 15, 7:00 pm at the Dunedin Fine Art Center, 1143 Michigan Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698. This is free and open to all. Informal meet and greet starts at 6:30 pm. For more information, call 727-539-8901.
Lifelong entrepreneur, Sally Lindberg started preparing taxes in 1981, went to college as a grandmother, and became an Enrolled Agent in 1993. Sally Lindberg & Associates has grown thanks to a great team and the best clients! Her client base includes individuals, several familial generations, and small business tax and accounting clients. Sally often says, “Clients come to us for our hearts; we also “do” math.” We are happy to team up with our small business clients to handle their tax and accounting needs, thereby giving them the freedom to concentrate on running their businesses. Our clients receive a personalized “win-win” team effort blended with an open door offer for business consulting and assistance. Please see more at www.SallyLindberg.com and also on our Facebook page.
PAVA is a non-profit organization founded 29 years ago by artists FOR artists. Activities include educational member meetings, public art exhibitions as well as the annual juried Cool Art in St. Petersburg in July and the 2Cool Art in Gulfport in February. All visual artists – from the beginner to the professional – are invited to join. For more information, please visit their web site: http://www.pava-artists.org