I have a NEW page for those who want to know more about how to get publicity for:
This Making A Mark Guide provides a CHECKLIST of various action points - plus notes - associated with:
As such it also covers
I'm currently building a web page about art inventory management and software.
Please leave a comment if have any experiences you care to share about:
Alternatively if you've done a review I'd love to know where I can find this (URL etc)
The Software under review includes: the following - and you can see screenshots of their home pages above.
Cloud based Options:
Any others you know of and/or would recommend?
You’ll also get the chance to ask specific questions in the webinar and you don’t need a webcam or microphone to use this service.
My guess is the webinars are probably also suitable for more experienced people who want to check out they're doing the right thing! Or maybe just a refresher to remind you of anything you might have forgotten!
Record keeping for the self-employed - 27 September 2016 15:00 to 16:00
How to set up a record keeping system and what to record.
Find out about
Business expenses for the self-employed - 29 September 2016 11:00 to 12:00
This webinar covers
Capital Allowances for the self-employed - 30 September 2016 9:00 to 10:00
You can also follow the HMRC Twitter feed for HMRC Business Help @HMRCbusiness
My article in the September edition of The Artist magazine (in the UK) is all about how to Be business-like with expenses and tax.
It contains lots of brief tips about how to make your tax affairs easier to manage and avoid problems with the Inland Revenue. Headings include:
The tips are all one side of A4 making them very easy to file!
This edition is still on sale in all good newsagents in the UK but is also available as a back issue and is also available online as a digital subscription.
For those using Paypal as a method for customers to pay for your art...
Have you read the Policy UpDate published this month by PayPal? If not you might like to take time out to do so. There are two important paragraphs
The first relates to their use of the intellectual property of your business i.e. their use of your brands and logos. It applies to relates to all businesses (e.g. your art business) which use PayPal. I'm guessing that they want this right to use brandnames and logos for marketing purposes.
The new paragraph at section 1.3 reads as follows: “You grant the PayPal Group the worldwide right to use and depict your business name, trademarks and logos on our website and in our mobile and web applications for the purpose of displaying information about your business and its products and services.”
The second is a requirement that you neither disparage PayPal nor use surcharges in excess of those relating to other forms of payment.
Note in particular the last sentences of the second and last paragraphs - which I've highlighted in bold! I can only think there has been a legal case which now means they need to highlight that they're not going to be liable for anything which is a criminal offence!
The issue for you is do you know how to avoid committing a criminal offence?
2. Non discouragement
There are also several amendments to the several amendments to the PayPal Buyer Protection policy
You can download PDF version of the Policy Update.
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