Join us as we discuss with accountants Anne Adamowsky & Claudia Lotito of Trudy C. Durant and Associates LLC how to approach finance as a “freelancer” in the theatre industry. We’ll explore the tax implications between W2 and 1099 income, understanding the various tax forms, and bookkeeping and reporting requirements for the self-employed.

Tuesday, March 1st
7:00pm – 8:30pm

Chelsea Studios, Studio 601
151 West 26th St
New York, NY 10001

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If you aren’t running a show that night, come on down!
Sponsored by Tinc Productions, free to industry folks.

About Tinc Tuesdays

Tinc Tuesdays is a series of networking and education opportunities for production freelancers and professionals in the NYC area. Tinc’s aim with this programming is all about investing in the sustainability and longevity of our industry and the hard working people that make it up. The events are open to anyone from the theatre & event industries.

About Trudy C. Durant and Associates LLC
In 1969, Trudy Durant combined her passion for the theatre and her experience with tax accounting to form her own firm. As one of the first woman-owned tax service firms specializing in this industry, her company quickly grew. Trudy established a staff of devoted tax and accounting professionals who recognize and serve the clients’ needs, as she does.

Today, Trudy C. Durant and Associates LLC has over 20 qualified professionals who provide the highest quality personal service to our clients, year after year. In addition to interviewing clients at our multiple locations, our staff also travels to various tour sites to accommodate our clients’ needs.

We require continuing education of our staff in order to accommodate the complex changes in federal and state tax laws. This is especially important because the nature of our business involves filing tax returns in all 50 states as well as in multiple cities.

We are available to our clients all year to answer tax questions and consult on the tax impact of business decisions. While our client base has increased substantially, the pride in individual service remains the same as always.

Questions about completing new hire paperwork as a production “freelancer”? Check out our 3 Steps to Completing Employee Paperwork.