The Art of the Personal Income Tax Return

Got this in an email from Geist, who must be overcaffeinated, as they emailed me twice today:

Shakespeare has had too much coffee

Shakespeare has had too much coffee

You’re invited to attend

The Art of the Personal Income Tax Return

WRITERS, ARTISTS and other FREELANCERS!

Join Vancouver’s Poet Laureate, Brad Cran (who is also an accoun­tant), for a 3-hour tour of the per­sonal income tax return.

In this ses­sion you will learn how to live the free­lance life and still save for the future, as well as:

  • * basic account­ing lingo
  • * the struc­ture of the T1 income tax return
  • * what you can write off
  • * options for report­ing income from grants
  • * how to account for income from self-employment
  • * to incor­po­rate or not to incorporate
  • * the dif­fer­ence between an RRSP and a TFSA
  • * how to speak to an accoun­tant, pre­pare your mate­ri­als and lower your account­ing bill

This work­shop is for artists, design­ers, cul­tural free­lancers and pro­pri­etors of small businesses.

Brad Cran is a writer, pho­tog­ra­pher and long-time con­tribut­ing edi­tor to Geist. Read his work on geist.com.

Register at this page on Geist.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

1:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Listel Hotel

1300 Robson Street

Vancouver, BC

(604) 684‑8461

Workshop fee: $50 (includes a one-year sub­scrip­tion to Geist for your­self or a friend, or to donate to a Canadian pub­lic library) and remem­ber, it’s tax deductible!

Who steals my purse steals trash

Who steals my purse steals trash

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