Part II of our Musician’s Guide to Taxes series includes the top 5 deductions for reducing your tax bill as a musical artist. Read on…
Part I of our Musicians Guide to Taxes series, here’s a general overview of what to prepare and where to look for help if you’re an artist.
Are you in desperate need of something that makes you feel complete again? Try revisiting old nostalgic tunes from your childhood, here’s why.
We’re providing a handy downloadable weekly planner to help you musicians get into a stronger routine during your time in quarantine. Fill it in each week!
It’s tax time again, make sure you’re getting all of the deductions you qualify for as the “self-employed” musician/businessperson you truly are.
Stuck in self-isolation, unsure of how to continue moving your musical projects forward? Here’s a simple daily goal planner that’ll help you stay on track.
If you’ve got music you’re passionate about sharing with the world, you probably have something to teach the world. Consider teaching music online!
In this climate of increasing lawsuits, protecting your intellectual musical property is becoming an essential tool in the songwriter’s toolkit. Learn more.
There’s no need to buy hundreds of robot followers with this list of tried-and-true tips on growing your community organically via Instagram. Take a look!
It may sound corny or cliché, it may sound like bad advice at first, but “fake it til you make it” is one of the core tennets of visualizing your success.