AFP Personal Finance for performing artists, unique thinkers, and those of the New Americana
Americana Financial Planning (AFP) AFP is a blog about personal finance for millennials, musicians, artists, producers, bloggers, podcasters, side-hustlers, multi-income online entrepreneurs, and other unique people.
This week I sat down with a new friend, Elizabeth Erenberg. Elizabeth, or as her close friends refer to her by, Liz, is a flutist from York, Pennsylvania, with a huge passion for music and a proven history as a marketing expert. Liz helped found the musicovation Blog which delivers “Positive news about music”. The musicovation […]
Every year you probably get your income taxes filed and paid, but do you always feel 100% confident? Did you get all your expenses? Were there opportunities missed by waiting to gather your info at the end of the year? Could further analyzing your income and expenses help you make better choices with you finances? […]
Last April, Professor John released his “freshman” album Freshman Orientation. Professor John, aka John Mallanda, wrote, performed, and produced the funky, bass centric album. The album displays his sophisticated electric bass technique developed from studying the most acclaimed bassists in the funk/jazz world like Marcus Miller and Victor Wooten, along with legends of funk like […]