The amazing Kristine Oller recently sent out some financial resources, so I wanted to pass them along to you. If you haven't checked out Kristine's work, you should! Do it here.
We are in scary, scary times, and if you are a freelancer or an artist, chances are your financial health is in jeopardy. Here are some resources to help you out:
1. Audrey Helps Actors has an excellent episode with financial coach Miata Edoga. They go through several avenues to help you cope financially during this time. Check it out here.
Update to the episode: The U.S. Federal Government has now pushed BOTH the date to file and to pay your 2019 taxes to July 15th.
2. Reach out to your utility, internet, and phone companies to ask if they are offering a non-termination promise and/or a no-late payment fee and/or enhanced services during this time.
3. FindHelp.org will show you organizations and resources in your area that are offering help with housing, bills, utilities, etc during this time.
4. If you are in the food service industry:
Stay strong, bubbies.
Remember, yall, you are not alone. Big hugs. Lots of love.
Take care of yourselves. Take care of each other. Take care of your art.
The ACTIVE ACTOR
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