Hey if you're out here in the forum wilderness, the tickets for Expo 2022 are on sale here:
They're available until June 3.
If you need an invite to Discord, hit me up.
So. The wife and I are going into Copywriting on a freelance basis! We've studied up, got a shmancy new Outlook E-Mail, working on socials and a website, and even have a designer on call. Almost ready to start pitching clients. We just have one question, taxation.
The course we took suggested forming a Sole Proprietorship or perhaps an LLC. We are going to contact my Step Sister-in-law, whom is a CPA. However, I seem to remember a few folks on here work for themselvs. So what do you reccommend, Sole Proprietorship, LLC, or us it even worth it at this stage so long as we put back the right amount for taxes? We hope to market as Neverland Copywriting.
This year's event will be June 22-26, which is a Wed-Sun as usual. Events begin Wed evening and culminate late Saturday night, typically past midnight.
No events are scheduled for Sunday. Please plan to depart no later than Monday unless you've made other arrangements with Linc.
Tickets go on sale May 8 and will remain on sale until June 3.
The requested chip-in this year is $145. First-timer / discount chip-in is $55. We'll also have $25 sponsorships for the website's annual costs available for non-attendees.
If you will take longer than June 3 to chip in, please contact Linc directly to make arrangements. Theme and other program details will be provided then. Some events will include additional costs to participate. Your chip-in only covers the general event setup.
Attendees get an official event badge and t-shirt, plus maybe some other surprise swag. Chip-in also goes toward cleaning, consumables, venue maintenance, infrastructure upgrades, and the annual upkeep of this website. Multiple costs have increased this year, including EventBright's fee and badges, and we're purchasing large HEPA filters for the basement to keep everyone as safe as we know how.
Rules & Safety
Event rules and code of conduct will be included in the official announcement when tickets go on sale. COVID vaccination required. We currently do not plan to enforce a masking rule (the house lacks HVAC and is open-air aside from the basement) but this may change with little warning. Pack your masks and be prepared.
Got questions? This is where they go.