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Taxing Creativity Across State Lines

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Digital collaboration and the rise of larger local music scenes give musical professionals options to move away from hubs like LA and NYC. But artists who receive royalty income may need to consider state income taxes as they relocate.
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Risk And Reward For Ballplayers

The decision to settle for a smaller payday in order to secure peace of mind is one every professional baseball player will have to make for himself. But there is no need for players to make that decision entirely in the dark when it comes to the potential financial consequences.
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Protecting Child Performers’ Earnings

Making it big at an early age is a dream that comes true for a small number of performers and their parents. Careful planning can boost the chances that these child stars will be among the even smaller group who remain successful into adulthood.
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Lessons From The Nashville Flood Of 2010

Singer David Allan Coe famously said that the perfect country song had to contain “Mama, or trains, or trucks, or prison, or gettin’ drunk.” Songwriter Steve Goodman obligingly added a verse containing all five to “You Never Even Called Me By My Name.” The song’s popularity demonstrates that country fans have a sense of humor about the disasters that fill the lyrics of some of the genre’s most famous songs.

But the misery of the home of country music, Nashville, Tennessee, in 2010 was all too real.
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Hitting The Road: Financial Management For Musicians On Tour

For fans, news of an upcoming tour featuring a favorite artist prompts celebration. For musicians, a tour can and should be just as exciting – but it is also much more complicated. Whether you take care of your own recordkeeping or work with a road manager, you should still take time to understand the basics of how your tour’s finances work.
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