Re-investments and What You Need to Consider
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About The Event
The AGSC, in partnership with Ausfilm will deliver a webinar with an expert panel, to support sole traders and businesses, including Screen Composers in the decision-making process when exploring re-investment deals offered by Australian productions.
Ausfilm and the AGSC do not oppose or support re-investment deals, our role as your industry associations is to provide as much factual, relevant and up-to-date information so our members can make authoritative and sound financial judgments.
Date: Thursday 5 NOVEMBER 2020
Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM
How: Via zoom link received once registered
If you have specific questions you'd like answered in the webinar please forward these to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions can also be asked in the session, via the Q&A function.
WHAT YOU'LL GAIN
Equip yourself with vital information to understand and confidently negotiate a reinvestment deal. This webinar will tackle the following questions:
· How to negotiate a deal if you are asked to reinvest?
· Navigating staying on the job if you choose not to reinvest
· How do you assess the risk?
· What do you need to consider if you do decide to reinvest?
· What's your position
· Tax implications if you do reinvest, what are you up for at tax time? What do you declare?
Antony Partos - AGSC President and multi-award-winning screen composer (Mystery Road, Top End Wedding). Antony will moderate the panel.
Elaine Beckett - General Manager, Trackdown Studios, a premiere audio post production and music facility based in Sydney, NSW
Brett Thornquest- CPA, Producer, Registered Tax Agent and one of Australia’s leading film & television production incentives experts and specialist tax advisor to touring international cast, crew and musicians.
Mark Bamford - Lawyer, Simpsons Solicitors, a highly-respected and experienced practitioner versed across re-investment deals.
Stuart Smith - CPA and CFO, with many years experience working with screen composers and numerous high-end productions.
Kate Marks - CEO of Ausfilm, connecting the international film community with Australia’s screen incentives, talent and facilities.