Entertainment & Music  |  By Joseph Rust, CPA, CFP

Valuation Theory & Your Life: Why What Happened to The King of Pop’s Estate Should Matter to You

In the last few years, some of entertainment’s most iconic performers have left us. Both Prince and David Bowie passed in 2016, and just this year we lost Aretha Franklin. It seems a lot more recent, but it has been almost ten years since Michael...

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Performing in the UK: Notes for US Performers

There have been some remarkable developments in the UK these last few months not least of which the United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. This will have absolutely no effect on US entertainers performing in the UK or continental...

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Entertainment & Music  |  By Harold B. Peterson, Jr., CPA, JD

Wage Equality May Change How Hollywood Does Business

Written by Roman Katz, Edited by Harold B. Peterson, Jr.  It has been more than 50 years since the 1963 Equal Pay Act was signed into law. Yet, according to the 2014 US Census Bureau, a woman today makes, on average, 79 cents to every dollar a...

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Entertainment & Music  |  By J. Christopher Hull, CPA

What You Should Know and Do When You Review Your Royalty Statements

Chris Hull recently presented at am AIMP event entitled What You Should Know and Do When You Review Your Royalty Statements. The objective of this program is to review issues to consider as your royalty statements come in for new media as well...

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