1. Dealing with financial advisers
2. Preparing for self employment
3. Exploitation of rights
4. The business of performance
5. Money and earnings

This workbook covers all the essential you need to know about the business and money side of music - from dealing with financial advisers, to how music rights are exploited and how much you can earn in music.

Each chapter contains its own specific project, with comprehensive web links and reading lists. Extension activities are also provided for students who can move quickly through the project work.

pP 30-31 spacerpp 40-41 pp 60-61
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Business and Money
  1. Dealing with financial advisers
  2. When do you need an accountant?
  3. Book keeper
  4. Banks
  1. Working for yourself - being self employed
  2. Business planning
  3. Market research
  4. Marketing strategy
  5. Preparing a cash flow
  6. Example cash flow
  7. Other factors to consider before becoming self-employed
  1. The exploitation of copyright and related issues
  2. Exploiting your musical and literary work
  3. The collection societies
  4. MCPS and the mechanical royalty
  5. PRS and the performance royalty
  6. PPL and exploitation of the sound recording
  7. Record royalties
  8. Other income from performance
  1. The business of performance
  2. How gigs work
  1. Earnings from music
  2. Income from recording
  3. Publishing income
  4. Your survival budget
  5. Taking control of your money - Book keeping and accounts
  6. Raising money

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