The Business of Writing: Getting the basics right - presented by Media Super

22 June, 2021 7:00 PM - 22 June, 2021 8:00 PM

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Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just focus on writing and not have to worry about money? The truth is, making your career work for you financially is critical and taking the time to be sure you have the best personal financial structure in place is essential. 

Join us on Tuesday 22 June at 7pm as we talk ‘The Business of Writing - Getting the basics right.’ Presented by Media Super, this hour-long webinar is designed to give you an overview and provide general guidance as you investigate your options for the future.

The panel will include:

 Tony Nagle, Nagle Accounting

  • Establishing the best tax and legal structure
  • Foreign withholding tax
  • Personal Services Income Rules
  • Lodgement of tax returns
  • Income Averaging

Jonathon Venables, Senior Business Development Manager, Media Super

  • The basics of super
  • Freelance, self-employed and super

Liz Doran, screenwriter and producer

  • The challenges of managing the business side of being a writer
  • Getting started and adapting to changing employment situations

When: Tuesday 22 June 2021, 7pm AEST / 6.30pm ACST / 5pm AWST
Where: Online via Zoom
RSVP: Essential for all attendees. RSVP via the link above. Attendees will receive a link to the panel one hour before the start time. 

Got a question for our panel? Make sure to include it when you RSVP. 

This panel is made possible thanks to our 2020 AWGIE Award sponsor Media Super

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