Time & Location
Aug 15, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
zoneFIVE, 1902 E Boulder St, Colorado Springs, CO 80909, USA
About the event
- General Public – $25.00
- Member – $10.00
- Register at Pikes Peak Arts Council Website
Financial Management for ArtistsFinancial Management Speaker, Emily Dyer-Wolfe
Your art or creative work is a business, and so your finances should reflect that. This workshop will provide essential accounting tips specifically for artists and creative small businesses. It will delve into foundational keys to success, such as business structure, financial statements, budgets, managing cash flow and timelines for tax filings.
Please bring the following supplies with you:
Art Supplies: Pen, paper or your preferred note-taking device
Emily Dyer-Wolfe graduated from the University of Memphis with her BFA in Musical Theatre in 2017 and pursued her MBA shortly afterwards graduating in December of 2019. She has spent most of her professional career in Investment Banking and Financial Services. Beginning in 2020, she worked with Aaron Capital Inc. providing investment banking services to companies across the US and in part with our affiliate company Aaron Capital PVT LTD in New Delhi, India. Her years in investment banking provided her with valuable experience that has allowed her to become a highly valued advisor to business owners. Emily shifted her career to financial advisory because she wanted to be able to work with smaller businesses and individuals in achieving their financial goals. She offers full service financial planning and specialize in working with business owners, contract employees and creatives. Her passion is helping her clients build the financial confidence to live in their true purpose. She holds her Life and Health Producer licenses and securities licenses SIE, 63, 24, 7 and 79. When she is not working, she enjoys reading, crafting and outdoors activities like hiking and biking. She also never passes up an opportunity to go on adventures with her dog, Bonnie.