So you have an ABN, and you’re starting your journey – but what now? What about tax time? What and how do I invoice? And how important are the numbers anyway?

Join respected arts manager, writer and NYWF Co-Manager alumnus Ellen Harvey in this workshop of foundational budgeting for the writer in practice. Walk away with a set of templates that can help keep on top of all things financial.

The Write Business stream of NYWF 2020 is funded by a Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) ABC Heywire ‘Conquer Every Opportunity’ Grant to provide young writers with the skills they need to turn their writing passion into a business.

Workshop

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The National Young Writers’ Festival is a non-profit organisation made by and for young artists to help foster a sense of community and allow young writers to connect, share skills and hone their craft. We pride ourselves on paying all writers programmed for the festival but we are reliant on government funding and philanthropic support to make our festival happen. Your donation allows us to continue supporting young artists, increase the number of writers we are able to program, and improve our capacity and resources to hold high quality events.

NYWF is a registered non-profit, so your donation (above $2) is also tax-deductible.

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