This Advancing Creatives: Tax Prep for Artists workshop is structured with artists in mind. It will be led by Laurence Scot and will focus on how to get started if you’re late organizing your taxes, Schedule C filing, filing individual income taxes, quarterly tax calculations and how to issue 1099s. Laurence Scot is the author of The Simplified Guide to Not-For-Profit Accounting, Formation & Reporting.
This event is produced in partnership between CBCA, Art Students League of Denver, Clyfford Still Museum and RedLine Contemporary Art Center. CBCA participation supported by Ent Credit Union and Kenneth King Foundation.
Artificial Intelligence closed captioning is available for all of our live virtual programs via Zoom. American Sign Language interpretation is available upon request with two weeks advance notice subject to the availability of interpreters. We will make every effort to accommodate requests outside of that time frame. For these or other accommodation requests, email Sonia Rae at email@example.com.
Co-Managing Partner, Skody Scot & Company
Laurence Scot is the co-managing partner of Skody Scot & Company, a NYC based CPA firm formed in 1990 that specializes in providing auditing, consulting, 990 preparation and other professional services to local, national and international Not-For-Profit (NFP) organizations. Prior to starting his own firm, he worked for some notable and prestigious companies including Shearman & Sterling (law), American Institute of CPAs (professional membership) and Coopers & Lybrand (public accounting). He is certified in NJ and NY, has an MBA from Pace University, has taught undergraduate and graduate classes at several colleges, been lecturing and giving seminars in the New York tri-state area to CPAs, NFP Directors & Officers and management and other professionals for over 26 years. He is the creator of three unique in-class certificate programs, “NFP Accounting and Governmental Reporting” previously offered by NYU, “NFP Financial Management and Reporting” and NFP Bookkeeping and Reporting previously offered at Baruch and Fordham and currently offered by Manhattan College. Mr. Scot has received a number of awards for his civic activities including Citation for Community Service from the Manhattan Borough President and the Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Crain’s New York Business. Several years ago, Mr. Scot wrote a highly regarded desk reference book on Not-For-Profit accounting and reporting, published by John Wiley.