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5 Things Artists Should Know About Getting Insured

No doubt about it, health insurance is a great thing to have. Unfortunately, navigating the world of health care can be overwhelming, intimidating and downright weird. The emergence of the Affordable Care Act has opened up a lot of opportunities for folks to get insured and get the care they deserve, but even with this new system there are still a lot of questions and uncertainties floating around. Luckily, you’re reading this blog. Here are a few tips you artists (or anyone really) should keep in mind when getting serious about getting covered.

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Categories: Artists, Health, health insurance, Money, resources | comments

Avoiding the Fiscal Cliff

The Fiscal Cliff. We’ve all been trying to avoid it. Perhaps you’ve been listening to audio books in your car on your way to and from work instead of your usual dose of NPR. Or maybe you’ve taken refuge in your portable music library. Perhaps you’ve chucked modern life entirely, choosing to live in a cave with no access to electricity or wireless. Regardless of your solution, you probably weren’t able to avoid discussion of the fiscal cliff entirely. For those of you in the cave, the cliff was right above you and it’s safe to come out now – at least for another two months. The reality is avoidance is a sure fire way to go right over a fiscal cliff, whether it’s the federal government or your own personal or organizational finances. So, as we begin 2013, here are a few tips for those of you who’ve made a resolution to ensure a bright, and cliff-free, financial future.

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Categories: Financial Management, funding, Money, public policy | comments

Fund and Follow Creativity

Fund and Follow Creativity

That is the first thing you see when visiting the Kickstarter web page. To those readers who might be unfamiliar with Kickstarter or the other crowdfunding platforms online, I encourage you to visit the Kickstarter website where you will find a plethora of creative projects submitted by artists and entrepreneurs. All of these folks have one goal in common; each needs help from you and other like-minded individuals who are willing to sign on as “backers” to fund a particular dream or vision.

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Categories: crowdfunding, funding, Kickstarter, Money | comments

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