Help restore tax Fairness for entertainment workers. Most entertainment workers spend 20 to 30 percent of their income on necessary work expenses. Typical expenses might include transportation or equipment such as expensive cameras, musical instruments, or tools. Unfortunately, the last tax reform bill eliminated the ability of entertainment workers to deduct these common work expenses. Without the ability to deduct these work expenses, many entertainment workers owe burdensome amounts in taxes and struggle to make ends meet. Many working class entertainment workers saw their taxes increase after tax reform. Entertainment workers are still recovering from lost work due to the pandemic, and the last thing they need as they return to work is a tax code that punishes them for seeking employment. We must restore tax fairness and put money back in the hands of these hard-working entertainment workers. Take action at Tax Fairness For Entertainment Workers (taxfairness4entertainmentworkers.org)

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