Musicians en Why Tax Day Is Even Worse For Musicians Tomorrow is the income tax filing deadline in the U.S., and jazz musicians in particular know it. The overwhelming majority of jazz musicians are freelance performers (and often freelance teachers, composers and other music-related service providers). But the informal aesthetics of the jazz world often extend to its business practices as well, with its handshake deals and cash payments. That makes it quite difficult to keep track of income and expenses when it comes time to report to the Internal Revenue Service.<p>It can be to musicians' benefit to keep meticulous records. Thu, 19 Apr 2012 02:23:25 +0000 editor 3780 at Why Tax Day Is Even Worse For Musicians