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The Business of Art: Accounting Principles for Artists and Arts Organizations
Join us for an exploration of trusted accounting principles and best practices for artists and arts organizations. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of tax basics for gig economy workers, resources for independent contractors (1099s, retirement planning), the importance of working with an accountant, and more.

Register today and set yourself up for a financially fit new year.

Jan 27, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jessica Johnson, CPA
Founder and Managing Director @Accounting Solutions of Ohio, LLC
Jessica Johnson is the founder and managing director of Accounting Solutions of Ohio, LLC, a Columbus-based accounting firm formed in 2011. Johnson has more than 16 years of accounting and finance experience, and she focuses on helping businesses, nonprofits, and individuals achieve a higher level of success by offering her resources. In her role, Johnson manages the financials for corporations, small businesses, and nonprofits and provides consulting and tax accounting services. Johnson holds a BSBA in finance from The Ohio State University and has been a certified public accountant in Ohio since 2011. She has served on the board treasurer of Look Ma’ No Hands since 2008, and on the board of OhioDance since 2016, serving as treasurer since 2017.
Jane D'Angelo
Executive Director @OhioDance
Jane D’Angelo has served as executive director of OhioDance since 2003. She is the co-founder and project director for the OhioDance Virtual Dance Collection®. D’Angelo is a board member of Ohio Alliance for Arts Education and a former board member of Dance/USA. She partners with the Ohio Arts Council to offer professional development for the field. D’Angelo serves on the National Dance Education Organization’s North Central Region Committee, representing Ohio. She participated in the executive fellowship program in the Academy for Leadership and Governance at the Jefferson Center. D’Angelo has served as a panelist for Culture Works and has adjudicated for a variety of organizations. She holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Northeastern University and a certificate of special studies in administration and management from Harvard University. She has an extensive background in dance and dance education – performing and teaching dance to children and adults.