This very practical webinar will review in detail the tax position, issues and deductions relating to artists, entertainers and social media influencers. Additionally, tax planning opportunities for these individuals will also be considered.

Key Topics

  • The tax position and relevant issues relating to artists, entertainers and social media influencers
  • The appropriate tax deductions
  • What expenditure can be allowed and what cannot, for fiscal purposes
  • Taxable income and gains
  • Tax planning opportunities available
  • Tax reporting requirements and obligations
  • Special tax rules
  • The national insurance position
  • Capital taxes overview
  • Practical case studies
  • General overview

This tax webinar is aimed at all practitioners, advisers, and their staff who advise artists, entertainers and social media influencers on tax matters and issues.

This event was recorded 17 April 2024. 


Tim Palmer

Tim Palmer

Tim is a well known Tax presenter, and lectures frequently all over the UK on a wide variety of taxation subjects. He has been presenting such tax lectures for over 30 years now.

Previously, Tim was a senior Tax Manager with Howarth Clark Whitehill LLP, advising on all areas of tax and NIC for the firm to their clients. He was also a member of the tax department of P&O where he specialised in Corporation Tax and the Construction Industry, being involved in the Bovis Construction Industry tax deduction scheme within the P&O Group.

Additionally, Tim has recently written numerous articles in the tax press particularly with regard to his specialist areas of CIS, ‘self-employed status issues’, NIC and PAYE matters, stamp duty land tax, and the tax benefits of businesses switching to electric vehicles.

Tim lectures on most areas of tax, including IR35 and CIS, which are his particular specialties, both in lecturing and in practice. He also specializes on R&D and provides advice on tax investigations.

Tim is currently the Senior Partner of Palmer Consultancy Partnership. He is also a tax consultant with the London firm of chartered accountants, Arram Berlyn Gardner (ABG).