The Sydney Freelance Journalists Group is holding a panel discussion evening on Tuesday March 23 to discuss Money and Business Matters.
Do want to know:
· How to manage your cash flow?
· What you can claim as deductions at tax time?
· About superannuation and income protection – do you have them?
· If you should be charging GST?
· The benefits of paying your PAYG annually instead of quarterly?
· What you should have on your personal tax checklist?
If you want to know the answers to these questions – or any other financial questions – join us for the panel discussion.
Alternatively, come along for a drink and share some nibbles and conversation with other freelance journalists.
Panel facilitator: Emily Chantiri
Emily is a freelance journalist and committee member of the Sydney Freelance Journalists Group. She is a regular contributor to a number of magazines, including NoteBook , ABC Life etc and Fairfax’s BRW Magazine. She is also the author of The Savvy Girl’s Money Book.
Dianne is a Company Director and Management Consultant. Her background is in Chartered Accounting, Banking and Project Management. She has managed her own small business Sector Research Pty Limited for 20 years and has developed and presented financial training programs for non-finance people. Dianne is also one of the four authors of The Money Club, which became a bestseller with sales exceeding 25,000 copies, and of the book Financially Fit for Life. http://www.themoneyclub.com.au
Robert Peake is a chartered accountant and partner with the firm, Herkess & Partners Chartered Accountants. Making it onto the MEAA’s recommended list of chartered accountants for journalists, Herkess & Partners have been providing taxation, accounting, audit and investment services for more than 60 years. http://www.herkess.com.au
Tuesday, 23 March 2010
6:30pm – 8:30pm
corner Riley and Foveaux Street, Surry Hills
$10 for MEAA members, $15 for non-members
Call the Alliance Membership Centre on 1300 65 65 13 or email
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(credit card payments only).
Payment at the door on the night is fine, but please RSVP.