Are you thinking of working for yourself, but are nervous about the financial implications of making that change?
Have you ever wondered what all that little small print is on invoices, and what to put on your own invoices?
Are you a small business or organisation who finds that clients don’t pay on time, but doesn’t know how to make them do so?
Do you keep your work receipts in a bundle in the bottom of your wallet?
Does doing a self-assessment tax return baffle you?
Were you thinking about opening a business bank account, and unsure of what they offer?
Have you put off choosing an accountant because you aren’t sure if you need one?
Would you like to go into the coming year with all your questions about your professional finances answered?
Come and join an interactive and fun workshop for the small organisation, self-employed, artist or those thinking about working for themselves which will focus on the most common challenges in organising our professional finances and provide knowledge, tips and systems for getting on top of them as we go into a new financial year.
This workshop will be ran by Remi Harris
BIOG: Remi Harris shows creatives, arts organisations and entrepreneurs how to write about what they do in a way that makes funders want to back them. As a consultant who has secured more than a million pounds for clients, Remi has become an expert in helping people understand what funders want and how to turn their great ideas and passion projects into financial successes. She has a degree in Psychology and an MBA, and 15-years experience in the music industry as a Director of Operations and founder of many initiatives to help creatives to grow. She is author of the book: Easy Money? The Definitive Guide to Funding Music Projects in the UK (University of Westminster, 2013) and a contributor to media including BBC.co.uk, Music Week and Complete Music Update. She is based in London, and is a member of the Association of Independent Professionals.