The tax season is around the corner. Many of you (the early birds) may be working on your 2019 tax returns today.
Is education/training a tax-deductible in 2019? What are today’s benefits? When it comes to work-related education expenses the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) states that,
“You may be able to deduct work-related education expenses paid during the year. Your expenses must be for education that (1) maintains or improves your job skills or (2) a law requires to keep your status or occupation”.
The majority of you out there are in need to become Avid Pro Tools Certified Operators and Experts, either in music or audio post, or both, to become more efficient and effective in the workforce. Being a worker’s union may qualify you to get financial aid from your labor unions.
So, what are you waiting for? do not delay the opportunity to improve and enhance your audio engineering skills. It is the end of the year, and AudioGraph International (AGI) promotion is cutting 500 dollars off the regular AVID Pro Tools Certification fee.
Here are the terms and conditions:
🔘 You must register to the Pro Tools
Operator Certification (101-110-201-210)
🔘 Get 100 dollars off of any other courses offered at AGI
🔘 You can take the certification course anytime in 2020
🔘 This promotion includes the first two books, the exams, and the certification courses. You are responsible for purchasing the required Avid 201 and 210 workbooks.
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