Salon: Accounting for Self Employed Creatives

Tax season is year-round for small businesses and self employed creatives. Don’t let invoices, taxes and deductions get in the way of your business and creative goals in the new year.

Join us for a small group discussion with Keila Hill-Trawick of Little Fish Accounting. We’ll find out how to make the most of your tax planning and start 2020 strong, and ask questions about business entities, bookkeeping systems, and any other accounting issues that keep you up at night.

AIGA DC Salons are free, intimate roundtable discussions open to AIGA members only. Check your AIGA membership status at before registering.

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If you need any accommodations to fully access the event, please get in touch with Rebecca Perez

Our discussion will be held on the lower level, which is down a flight of stairs. The venue does not have elevator access. 

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Keila Hill TrawickKeila is a strategic business advisor who partners with freelancers, solopreneurs, and small businesses to plan and reach their financial goals. After spending over a decade working in both the government and private sector, Keila launched Little Fish Accounting to serve as a trusted partner in financial and tax planning to drive business results and growth.

Keila holds a BBA in Accounting from Georgia State University, an MBA from Mercer University, and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant. She has held multiple senior-level accounting and finance positions at corporations such as Home Depot, Georgia-Pacific, UPS, CNN/Turner Broadcasting, Comcast, and various Federal agencies.

When & Where
Wed, Dec 4, 2019 7:45 AM - 9:00 AM EST
Teaism Penn Quarter
400 8th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20004