Common Deal Structures For Touring Groups

24shares 2Share on Facebook 20Share on Twitter 0Share on LinkedIn 2 0When it comes to paying touring performers, there are all sorts of deal that can be made. The payment terms on those deals can get pretty confusing. There are a number of resources available online that explain these agreements. One of the best I have found is a blog post on the site Making It With Chris G. Chris Goyzueta addresses a number of common deal structures and creates a YouTube video running through how each example is figured out. The … Read more

Your Email Marketing Provider May Now Be Collecting Sales Tax

19shares 1Share on Facebook 17Share on Twitter 1Share on LinkedIn 0 0In the wake of the June 21, 2018 U.S. Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair most remote sellers, such as email marketing providers, are now required to begin collecting sales tax in certain states. What this means is you or your organization may start seeing those charges showing up on invoices. If your organization is a 501(c)(3) you may be exempt, but you’ll likely need to provide your email marketing provider with a copy of your state’s tax exemption … Read more

New IRS Decision Could Keep Foreign Artists At Home

38shares 17Share on Facebook 17Share on Twitter 2Share on LinkedIn 1 1Due to budget and staffing issues, as of October 1, 2018, the IRS will no longer create Central Withholding Agreements (CWA) with artists making less than $10,000. Wait, wait, wait, wait..before you click away thinking this fine Arts Hacker post has nothing to do with you, it actually might if you typically host any type of creative artist from other countries. These new regulations will make it more difficult for some artist to decide to work in the U.S. Central Withholding … Read more

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