Webinar: Tax Tips and Financial Planning for Freelancers

Liz SchieckWhen you work for yourself – like so many of us do these days – your business finances ARE your personal finances, and if you’re not careful, things can get very messy.

Join us for a webinar called Tax Tips and Financial Planning for Freelancers on Monday, June 5 at 3:00 p.m. E.T. and start to learn how to run your sole-proprietorship finances.

It will cover questions such as: How do I know if something is a business expense or a personal expense? How much should I be saving for income taxes? What about GST or HST – what even is that? Should I be charging it? What about incorporation – should I be doing that? And will I ever get to go on vacation again? Entrepreneurship is the future, but the money stuff can be really confusing and, let’s be honest, really boringLet us change that and get you organized so that you can work your finances like a boss.

The webinar will be led by Liz Schieck, a certified teacher and financial coach and who is passionate about financial literacy and planning. She loves helping clients wade through all the ugly-pretty financial stuff to make those big goals happen.

Register for the webinar at this link. CMG Freelance and CWA Canada Associate Members can use their membership numbers to register.

For a limited time, CMG Freelance is making live viewing of our webinars available to non-members. If you’d like to watch this one, you can use the special code “Storyboard” in place of a membership number.

Archived webinars are available for viewing by CMG Freelance and CWA Canada Associate Members on this members-only page on the CMG Freelance website. Subjects of previous webinars include contract negotiation, social media and cyber security for freelancers.

Students, volunteers and emerging media workers can sign up for a free CWA Associate Membership right here.

For information about the price and benefits of CMG Freelance membership check out the CMG Freelance website.

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