Building healthy financial habits can be a challenge for anyone… And in the arts, we have the added complication of managing cash flow, measuring success in creative and financial terms, and relying on sometimes uncertain sources of income. Plus, we’re in the midst of a global pandemic. That complicates things.
In this interactive, hands-on workshop, we’ll cover healthy approaches to identify realistic business and personal expenses, strategize to build wealth through savings, and plan for tax obligations effectively. The framework for addressing these things revolves around building knowledge, establishing habits (and holding ourselves accountable for those habits), reclaiming control where we can, and knowing what to pay attention to.
As part of this webinar, we will:
-Review a framework for quantifying expenses.
-Highlight key metrics to pay attention to.
-List strategies to make more intentional financial choices.
RSVP required. Zoom details will be sent via confirmation email.
Elaine Grogan Luttrull, CPA-PFS, AFC® is a financial educator who believes financial knowledge and habits can lead to creative empowerment. She leads Minerva Financial Arts, a company devoted to building financial literacy and empowerment in creative individuals through workshops and one-on-one advising. Her workshops have been featured nationally by funders, state and local arts councils, and colleges and universities that serve creative individuals.
Elaine also teaches at the Columbus College of Art & Design, where she served as the Department Head for Business & Entrepreneurship from 2014-2018. Previously, Elaine served as the Director of Financial Analysis for The Juilliard School and in the Transaction Advisory Services practice of Ernst & Young in New York. She is the author of Arts & Numbers (Agate, B2 2013), and she contributed regularly to Professional Artist magazine. She is based in Columbus, Ohio where she serves on the boards of the Short North Alliance, Healing Broken Circles, and the Lark Play Development Center.