"An Industrial and Economic Profile of the Actor" gives Canadian actors a solid understanding of their place within the entertainment industry. The e-document contains a Revenue Canada audit defense, created by James O'Regan, with which he successfully defended his income tax submission. O'Regan derived the profile from facts arising out of the Canadian Goods and Services Tax, a federal value-added tax introduced in the late 1980's. By examining the mandate given to Canadian actors to become tax collectors, O'Regan uncovered the actor's central position in the entertainment economy: the actor is the product. Once an actor knows that, all of his economics fall into place easily. While written specifically for Canadian actors, the economic facts apply to other entertainment jurisdictions too. Use at your own risk, of course.
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