Tax Workshop and Proper Gain Staging - WIFVNE Event at Talamas

Tax Workshop and Proper Gain Staging

WIFVNE and Talamas Welcome Irene Wachsler for a Tax Workshop and Talamas' Nick Mesenbourg discusses the Importance of Proper Gain Staging Using Wireless Microphones
Date: Wednesday, January 16
Time: 6:30PM - 7:00PM Networking; 7:00PM - 9:00PM Presentation
Location: Talamas 149 California Street, Newton, MA

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Talamas is pleased to host WIFVNE's two topic discussion including Tax Workshop Event with Irene Wachsler and Talamas' Nick Mesenbourg will share The Importance of Proper Gain Staging using Wireless Microphones

Irene Wachsler will cover:

  • Bookkeeping / accounting tips geared towards the independent contractor / small business
  • Cloud-based accounting & app solutions
  • Mass. Film Tax Credit overview from a bookkeeping / accounting perspective

Part Two of the discussion will continue with Nick Mesenbourg,  Audio Product Specialist,  will be giving  a tutorial on proper audio gain staging for wireless microphones both for bag packages and cameras.

You will get the knowledge needed for optimal use of all wireless audio equipment, sure to take your production to the next level.

Irene Wachsler

About Irene Wachsler
Wachsler CPA was the first firm to perform the audit / agreed-upon procedures for the Massachusetts Film Tax Credits for the indie The Last Harbor.  Since then, we’ve assisted over 200 productions.   We are a trusted advisor for small businesses and folks working in the gig economy on financial, accounting & tax issues.  In her spare time, Irene enjoys family, theater, community organizing, reading and jigsaw puzzles.  Irene is also very proud of her Jewish heritage and is very grateful to God for His continued support.

 

Nick Mesenbourg

About Nick Mesenbourg
Nick’s career path at Talamas includes positions as Intern, Audio Technician, Senior Audio Technician, and Audio Product Specialist. A recipient of both an Associate's Degree in Audio and Media Technology and Bachelor's Degree in Audio Production from the New England Institute of Art, Nick now specializes in Wireless Audio, making him a significant asset in our industry that requires coordination of many radio frequencies during this time of spectrum reduction and confusion. Working with all the top brands in the industry, Nick’s knowledge expands not only to wireless audio manufacturers, but also to mixers/recorders, microphones, communication systems, and so much more.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - 6:30pm
This is a free event

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