For those of you who came to our talk held on 10 March 2010 you agree that the speaker, Ms Esther Chan, had provided very practical and useful information on the legal issues which arts groups come into contact on a daily basis. The talk had been highly interactive and due to the overwhelming response during the Q&A session we decided to postpone the remaining topic on accounting and taxation. We are delighted that William Po & Co (CPA) will be back to share with us the accounting and tax issues for small and medium arts groups.
Accounting is a necessity in the daily administration, for funder reporting and for our own control. It would also need to be organized for efficiency. In the forthcoming talk, the speaker will address the issues of who needs to look at the accounts, why do we need the accounts, when to submit the accounts, how the accounts should be prepared on a daily basis and the role of the auditor.
Demonstration of how to use a simple accounting software to enhance productivity will also be carried out. The talk will further cover taxation issues relating to, among others, employees, proprietors, royalties, and overseas artists tax.
|Speakers||Mr William Po, Proprietor, William Po & Co (CPA)|
|Venue||Conference Rm 2, Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 27/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong|
|Language||Cantonese (English translation on individual basis can be provided upon request)|
Members@$100; Non members@$150 (including snacks/drink)
(SPECIAL FLAT RATE IF $50 FOR THOSE WHO CAME TO THE TALK ON 10 MARCH 2010)
For enquiries, Please contact Ms Cecilia Wong at 2877 7268
Registration will be made on a first come first serve basis (with preference given to members). As places will be strictly limited due to venue size we might not be able to entertain all registrations. To avoid disappointment, kindly register (form attached) before the deadline on Thursday 8 April 2010.