Friday, November 19, 2010
entertainment industry coach question 625:When does it makes sense to incorporate as an actor?
For this I'm going to refer you to an expert, my friend, Jessica Eaves Mathews, at Business Brilliance University I refer all of my entertainment clients to her. She is a lawyer who deals with this specifically. She is also an entrepreneur so she knows what you're going through as the "CEO" of your company, which is why she doesn't charge "typical lawyer" fees. She's like the Legal Zoom for people like us, only more personal. And in most cases, she's not even acting as a lawyer, she's simply advising you on how to set up the best foundation for your business.
I can tell you that whether you're an actor or any other classification in the industry working freelance, there are MANY important reasons to incorporate, so you should really look into it. For most people, they are afraid that it costs thousands of dollars to incorporate. It doesn't have to. Contact Jessica EM. If you have any trouble reaching her through her site, email me and I'll help you out.
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