USITT Presents Business of the Business Webinar

If you’re a member of USITT, you probably just got an email about a webinar series they’re hosting, BUSINESS OF THE BUSINESS. If you’re not a member, no worries. Here’s the skinny with links below for registration and becoming a member if you’re so inclined.

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USITT’s Business of the Business Webinar series is geared to assist freelance theatre technicians as they embark on the world of business management.

FREELANCE PRICING & FINANCE WEBINAR

Presented by: Denise Lee, a member of the entrepreneurship faculty at Kent State University.

Bio: Denise is a CPA, a serial entrepreneur who has co-founded 5 companies, and the author of an entrepreneurial finance textbook to be published in 2019.

When: January 20, 5:00 PM

Cost: $25.00

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Course description: This course is designed for those intending to be self-employed or start their own small business. The course teaches the basics associated with pricing a product or service and determining how much product or service must be sold in order to generate a desired level of profit. The course also teaches the basics associated with determining and paying the required taxes on the profit generated.

Learning objectives:

At the end of the course, the student should know:

1) How to estimate the personal taxes due related to being self-employed or starting a small business.

2) When and how to pay the personal taxes due related to being self-employed or starting a small business.

3) How to properly price a product or service.

4) How to determine how much product or service must be sold in order to generate a desired level of before-tax and/or after-tax profit.

If you’re not a member of USITT, this is reason number #467 to become a member.  Click here for details.

Disclaimer: I am a member of USITT and the Chair of the Chesapeake Section which represents the mid-Atlantic states. I do not receive monetary compensation for either position, I just think that this is a great opportunity for folks in the entertainment business.

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