Accounting and Taxes for Artists in the Field of Culture
24 Mar 2021
Asociacija, in cooperation with the Centre for Creativity at the Museum for Architecture and Design, invites you to participate in the workshop Accounting and Taxes for Artists in the Field of Culture.
From a business point of view, artists must legally and formally document their creative activity, thus a number of administrative procedures need to be carried out, followed by various accounting commitments. Which is why it is extremely important for creators to acquire this knowledge as soon as possible.
The basics of the law dealing with economic status, various legal forms, and administrative commitments will be addressed at the workshop within the project Educational Workshops: Strengthening the Cultural and Creative Sector, which Asocijacija is co-producing with the Centre for Creativity at the Museum for Architecture and Design. Accounting for creatives will be led by tax consultant Urh Vele.
The basics of accounting and taxes for the self-employed will be clearly presented at the workshop. The characteristics of various forms of status (s.p., d.o.o., institute, association), types of taxes (direct, indirect), methods of taxation on income from work (standard costs, actual income / expenses), etc. will be presented. We will also focus on completing the annual tax return, which must be submitted to the tax administration by the end of March by all those who are already active.
The workshop will be conducted through the online platform Zoom. Participants must register for the workshop in advance no later than March 20, 2021.
To do this, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, in which you clearly indicate which workshop you are applying for. Applicants will receive access to the online workshop by e-mail.
The program is part of the project Educational Workshops: Strengthening the Cultural and Creative Sector, which the Association carries out in co-production with the Centre for Creativity at the Museum for Architecture and Design. The Centre for Creativity platform is co-financed by the European Union from the Fund for European Regional Development and the Republic of Slovenia.
Part of the following programme:
Creative and cultural organisations co-creating the support environment for sector development