Singer Burke’s Tax Manager and in-house tax counsel, Greg Zbylut, wrote a guest column in this week’s Hollywood Reporter to expand upon an interview he did earlier in the summer on California legislation targeting big business’s use of Independent Contractors. Are we facing the end of the loan-out? And is it too late to do anything about it? The short answer is that no one knows yet. But Greg does his best to shine light on the issues and dispel some of the fear and confusion that has been percolating in Hollywood over the last week.
Singer Burke’s Tax Manager and in-house tax counsel, Greg Zbylut, was interviewed for an article in today’s The Hollywood Reporter to discuss a new bill in California’s legislature that takes aim at California’s gig economy but potentially threatens Hollywood talent’s loan-out companies in the process.
We are pleased to share that Singer Burke has once again been recognized as one of the elite business management firms by Variety, a top entertainment trade magazine.
Richard Singer and Stephanie Connor Arkof of SB Capital Management were recently interviewed for a piece in The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Money & Politics issue.
We are pleased to share that Matthew Burke has been recognized as one of The Hollywood Reporter’s 2018 Power Business Managers.
Singer Burke’s Managing Partner, Matthew Burke, recently sat down with the entertainment banking team at City National Bank to discuss tax strategies for athletes as part of CNB’s ongoing Building Your Team interview series.
Singer Burke’s Managing Partner, Matthew Burke, was interviewed for a recent article in The Hollywood Reporter to discuss how the new tax law’s heightened restrictions on entertainment and dining deductions affect our clients.
We are pleased to share that Singer Burke has been recognized as one of the elite firms in our industry by Variety, a top entertainment trade magazine.
It gives me great pride to share the following article recognizing my tax partner Elaina Kogan as a rising star in the accounting profession per the San Fernando Valley Business Journal.
SB Capital remained the highest ranked firm from Los Angeles, and was the only California based firm in the top ten.