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843 Hiawatha Pl
Seattle, WA 98144
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$40 / $30 AT members
Tax Prep for Artists / Seattle
*Open for artists of all disciplines at all career stages.
Thanks to Hiawatha Lofts for partnering with us on this event.
Need-based and Filipinx scholarships available by request.
Email Zach Frimmel for questions about member codes, scholarship inquiries, accessibility, or workshop details.
-Knowing how to file your taxes
-Understanding the differences between B&O tax, sales tax, and use tax and how they apply to you
-Tax deductions, including home office / studio space, travel, technology, and other expenses
-Filing for business licenses
-Record keeping tips for future filings
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
In this workshop, CPA Valerie Mosleley shows you how to file your income taxes. She’ll review the different taxes you may be responsible for as an artist, explain what is and isn’t tax deductible, and offer record-keeping tips. If you’ve received grants, work as a teaching artist, or were paid for your artistic work, this workshop is for you.
REFUNDS & CANCELLATIONS
Artist Trust reserves the right to cancel any program. If cancelled, a full refund will be applied. If a participant needs to cancel for a paid program, the following policy will apply:
A full refund can be issued through Brown Paper Tickets if notified 5 days prior to the program date.
A transfer credit of equal or lesser value can be issued (through Artist Trust) if notified within 48 hours of program. Credit will be valid for up to 12 months.
Artist Trust cannot provide refunds for missed classes. Please contact the coordinator if you have any questions regarding specific content of the workshop. These refund policies are in place because workshops have limited space and this is intended to ensure we are able to offer the space to another attendee if notice is provided far enough in advance.
Valerie Moseley, CPA knew she was a tax nut when she started helping her friends prepare their tax returns – for fun! - years ago. Since then, she has worked at several Seattle public accounting firms, helping individuals and small businesses with their tax preparation and planning needs. In that time, she has developed a reputation for her friendly demeanor and clear explanations. She enjoys teaching clients, helping them understand their particular situation, allowing them to make the best tax and business choices.
Valerie is a CPA licensed with the Washington State Board of Accountancy. She is a QuickBooks ProAdvisor, a Xero Certified Partner, and a Freshbooks Certified Beancounter. She is also a member of the Washington State Society of CPAs, the National Association of Tax Professionals, and the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance where she is active in the Seattle chapter’s tax roundtable. She is a financial literacy volunteer with the Washington State Society of CPAs and through that organization has helped new homeowners, low-income taxpayers, and budding business owners. She also volunteers with the Small Business Administration, introducing entrepreneurs to the fun world of business tax obligations in SCORE’s monthly Small Business Workshop, and coaching entrepreneurs in SBA’s Emerging Leader’s Program. Valerie has a background in the performing arts; she is the former Treasurer of the Board of Ear to the Ground, a Seattle-based physical theatre company, and is the former Treasurer of the Board of Washington Lawyers for the Arts.
All Disciplines, Arts-Related, Craft, Dance, Design, Emerging Fields & Cross-Disciplinary, Film/Media Arts, Folk/Traditional Arts, Literary Arts, Multidisciplinary Arts, Music, Performing Arts, Photography, Public Art, Theater, Visual Arts