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I'm throwing in the towel and filing for an extension after wracking my brain and being clueless on how to fix the four 2210AI line 28TP-a "errors."
Does anyone know a theater-friendly accountant?
04-17-2007, 02:20 PM
I know David Turrentine helps a ton of actors with their Schedule C and at least one improv partnership (seriously...like legally a partnership) - and is an actor himself.
I don't know if he does a lot of work for theaters specifically, and I don't know if by "theater-friendly" you meant "free," which he's not (he's a pro, with an office in Lincoln Square), but I've found his pricing very reasonable.
By theater friendly I meant just understanding what can be written off and justified as an actor/artist. The folks at H&R block just gave me a "nope you're screwed" speech and it was irritating.
04-17-2007, 07:10 PM
this is all Japanese to me but my guy out in LA is great! if you want to do taxes over the phone.
Williams Tax and Financial Services
Been using him ever since I started filing as an artist. And always manages to get me something back even though I make nothing.
he goes for about 100-140 depends on how many 1099's and w2s he has to file. for my 7 it was 140.
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