Led by Peter Daly – Actor, Writer and Chartered Accountant.
This information session is for artists and arts workers, focussing on good book-keeping and keeping on the right side of Revenue.
The two-hour session will take place online on Wednesday 21st April from 11am-1pm. It will cover record keeping, recording income/expenditure, allowable expenses, income tax rates, registering as self-employed, and tax returns.
REGISTER NOW: Places are limited to allow adequate time for questions during the session. Register HERE by Tuesday 20th April. We would encourage you to email us any questions you have in advance to inform this session. This session will be recorded and made available on ITI’s YouTube channel after the event – you can subscribe here.
ITI’s ACCELERATE programme comprises information sessions, workshops, masterclasses, mentoring and training. It is aimed at addressing issues encountered by independent theatre artists and workers and offers professional development opportunities.
About Peter Daly
Peter is an actor, writer and accountant. Peter’s play Four Days In July was selected by Druid as one of their Druid Debuts in 2020. It is due to be given a public rehearsed reading in 2021. Other writing includes MONEY, – a ThisIsPopBaby commission, and Swing (co-written with Steve Blount, Janet Moran and Gavin Kostick). He has worked as an actor with many of the theatre companies in Ireland including Druid, Rough Magic, The Abbey, The Gate, Fishamble, Livin’ Dred, TEAM & Barnstorm.
Peter is also a Chartered Accountant with twenty years post qualification experience. He trained with PwC and now works mainly in the area of tax compliance for individual and corporate clients, many of whom work in the Arts.
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ACCELERATE is supported by the Innovate Together Fund from Rethink Ireland.