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Tax Prep For Comedians – Dec 14 – 6pm
TOsketchfest shows are created for an adult audience. Content may include some dirty language, suggested sexual content, suggested mild drug use and/or adult themes. Some material may not be appropriate for audience members under 18. Parental discretion is advised.
- December 14, 2022 - 6:00pm
You work hard for the money – but they’re gonna tax you, right? This workshop, designed for comedians in Canada, will help you prep for the upcoming tax season from an arts worker perspective. From tracking your receipts, to knowing what you can and can’t claim, this workshop will help you navigate the world of income tax in plain language so you can file correctly.
Have you ever wondered: what it means to “write it off”? If you need a HST number? How much you need to save? Or what the difference between a T4 and T4A is? Then this workshop is for you!
This workshop will include a moderated Q&A.
Zoom Webinar with captions
Program Length is approximately 60 minutes
Cost: $25 + fees / Pre-Registration Is Required.
Neha is a Toronto-based Indian-Canadian screenwriter, actor, improviser, sketch comedian and accountant. Neha has written for shows in development and production by companies such as Shaftesbury, BBC Kids, Epic Story Media, WildBrain, Fresh TV and Cartoon Network. Most recently, Neha was a Staff Writer on season 2 of FloOast’s PBC (guest starring Donny Trejo, Kate Flannery and Creed Bratton). Currently, she’s story editing on the upcoming reboot of Total Drama Island. She has performed sketch comedy for TEDx Toronto and also co-wrote and co-starred in the critically acclaimed 2019 Toronto Fringe Show Woke ‘N Broke. Neha will appear in the upcoming feature Suze starring Michaela Watkins. As an accountant, Neha is passionate about empowering creatives to take charge of their finances. She’s taught for a variety of organizations in the country but most recently helped design a course for Toronto Metropolitan University called “Financial Management for Creatives”.