Taxing the arts

March 2, 2010 at 2:54 pm Leave a comment

If you wondered whether artists in other countries were also starving.

An international comparative study of tax concessions for the arts

This report is an international comparative study of the tax concessions provided to the arts in a number of selected jurisdictions. Given the prominence of its level of giving, the United States of America (United States) is one of the studied jurisdictions, as well as the United Kingdom, Canada and Ireland. Reference is also made to concessions provided for in Germany, the Netherlands, Mexico, Japan and Singapore. This is the 2nd Report commissioned by Arts Queensland and builds upon the 1st Report which outlined Australia’s current tax treatment of the arts.

Handily for the US tax season, here’s a short article on tax tips for writers that reminds you to deduct deduct deduct in proportion.


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