Australian Luthiers and Archetiers Congress 13 – 20 July 2019
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Tax time stage fright? The ATO can help
Performing Artists: The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has put together a range of resources and tips to help you lodge your tax return this year. Check out the work-related expenses guide for performing artists to find out what you can and can’t claim this year. COVID-19 has had a big impact on the performing artist industry and as a result you might have a few new and different claims this year. If you’ve received a COVID-19 support payment, remember the tax treatment of these payments varies so make sure you visit the ATO’s quick guide to the tax treatment of…
The National Conference dates moved to Friday 1 July – Monday 4 July 2022
After much discussion, the National Executive has decided to delay the next National Conference to 2022. This gives time for us to better understand what the future of conferences and large gatherings will be, and to work safely with our sponsors, international presenters and of course our members, in order to provide the best conference under whatever circumstances may be at play. The conference will be held in Melbourne and the dates have been confirmed as Friday July 1 – Monday July 4, 2022. Please make a note in your forward planner, and we look forward to seeing you there.
EBM Insurance Partnership News
EBM Insurance & Risk recently released a podcast with Brooke McLaren, who leads their musical instrument insurance program, where she discusses how to determine the replacement value of your instrument should it be damaged or stolen. Click here to listen to the podcast As a member of AUSTA you can access a musical instrument insurance offer via EBM Insurance & Risk. For more details and to obtain a quote, please visit the Members area of the AUSTA website HERE. Please note, you must be logged in to the website and a current member to access this offer.