Getting Down to Business: CPAs for Artists

According to The Guardian’s “Ten Rules for Writing Fiction,” author Hilary Mantel’s first rule for writers is:

 

Get an Accountant!

 

So, as I’ve only started writing and editing full time very recently, I’ve been in the market for an accountant who specializes in helping out the self-employed artist.

In case you’re in the same boat as I, here are a few I came across during my search (although I cannot vouch for any of them personally, of course; these are just a few names I came upon who advertised on working with artists):

 

Accountants for Starving Artists in Baltimore, MD:

Jonathan Mayo, http://www2.citypaper.com/bob/story.asp?id=16583

Thomas Bowen, http://www2.citypaper.com/bob/story.asp?id=18803

According to Baltimore’s WTMD: http://wtmd.org/radio/category/starving-artist/

 

New York, NY:

Steven Zenlin, http://www.stevenzelin.com/about-us/

Steinberg Shebairo, http://steinbergshebairo.com/who-we-are/

 

Austin, TX:

Layne Lauritzen, http://musiccpa.com/accounting-services/

 

Los Angeles, CA:

Rick E. Norris, http://www.ricknorriscpa.com/entertainment-business-management.php

 

St. Louis, MO:

Anders, http://anderscpa.com/industries/sports-arts-entertainment/

 

Chicago, IL:

Julie Herwitt, Herwitt & Associates LLC, http://www.herwittcpa.com/services

 

West Palm Beach, FL:

Harless & Associates, http://www.harlessandassociates.com/tax-accounting-artists-musicians-west-palm-atlanta

 

Boston, MA:

Ercolini & Company, http://www.recpa.com/practice-areas/artist-and-art-related-business/

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