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Frequently Asked Questions

GreenSlate’s New York office is located at

150 West 30th Street, Suite 405

New York, NY 10001

You can also reach our New York office at 212.206.1099 or [email protected].

To provide our clients with the best service and support, we offer locations in all the major US film and TV production markets – New York, New York, Los Angeles, California, Atlanta, Georgia, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. We believe that our service distinguishes us from other New York entertainment payroll companies, so as a service-oriented payroll company, we aim to meet our clients’ needs, wherever they want us to be. As your entertainment payroll partners, we offer entertainment payroll software and services designed for your cast and crew.

Yes – from jurisdiction shopping to sale management, mining the best CPA network, and loan-out withholding payments, no matter what your production requires, we’re there for productions from end to end.

Our offerings encompass flexible and transparent payroll processing, pre- to post-production accounting, and tax incentive management services, all on the back of a proprietary software application built specifically for the industry. Budget, payroll, post…we handle it all, and you get all you’re entitled to quickly.

While most payroll companies in New York that offer entertainment payroll services don’t have a dedicated in-house production accounting and tax incentive team, GreenSlate is unique. With GreenSlate, tax credit specialists manage all your data—throughout the entire production life cycle—to deliver an unmatched range of accounting solutions from a single point of contact.

How much could tax incentives be worth to your next New York production?

Explore GreenSlate’s suite of intuitive, web-based tax incentive tools—including an interactive mapcomparison tool, and incentives calculator—to easily search, compare, and calculate production incentives on any device, and contact Kathleen Thompson, VP – Incentives and New Business Development, at [email protected] with any tax incentive inquiries.

Yes – we maintain a national database of production accountants and track their availability. Email us.

Looking for career training to learn the software and skills required for production accounting jobs in New York? We also offer online courses and webinars too. Contact support at [email protected] to learn more.


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    This week, guest blogger Pearl Fearon shares how customizing digital approval flows frees up major time…and brain space. Fully digital approval flows are exactly what production accountants need in 2022. But they frankly aren’t usable without individual customization. That’s where GreenSlate’s custom approval flows come in, arguably one of their best features. Every module (Timecards, […]
  • All the Beauty and the BloodShed Wins Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion September 21, 2022
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  • It's All About the Data: Studios Are Demanding Better Finance Tools August 26, 2022
    The last 20 years haven't seen stellar technical progress for production finance. Productions and individual crew members have relied on familiar paper processes, often resisting a move to digital timecards, start work, and other production solutions, believing the evolution might slow them down, cost more money, or increase the margin for error. While understandable, this […]

150 West 30th Street, Suite 405
New York, NY 10001
[email protected]
Phone: 212.206.1099
Fax:  212.206.1070

333 N Glenoaks Blvd #415
Burbank, CA 91502
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Phone: 310.789.2001
Fax:  212.206.1070

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Atlanta, GA 30305
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Phone: 404.465.3383
Fax:  212.206.1070

1 Galleria Blvd, #1925
Metairie, LA 70001
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Phone: 504.702.1901
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Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87109
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Phone: 505.823.6888
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Delhi, NY 13753
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Frequently Asked Questions

GreenSlate’s New York office is located at

150 West 30th Street, Suite 405

New York, NY 10001

You can also reach our New York office at 212.206.1099 or [email protected].

To provide our clients with the best service and support, we offer locations in all the major US film and TV production markets – New York, New York, Los Angeles, California, Atlanta, Georgia, New Orleans, Louisiana, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. We believe that our service distinguishes us from other New York entertainment payroll companies, so as a service-oriented payroll company, we aim to meet our clients’ needs, wherever they want us to be. As your entertainment payroll partners, we offer entertainment payroll software and services designed for your cast and crew.

Yes – from jurisdiction shopping to sale management, mining the best CPA network, and loan-out withholding payments, no matter what your production requires, we’re there for productions from end to end.

Our offerings encompass flexible and transparent payroll processing, pre- to post-production accounting, and tax incentive management services, all on the back of a proprietary software application built specifically for the industry. Budget, payroll, post…we handle it all, and you get all you’re entitled to quickly.

While most payroll companies in New York that offer entertainment payroll services don’t have a dedicated in-house production accounting and tax incentive team, GreenSlate is unique. With GreenSlate, tax credit specialists manage all your data—throughout the entire production life cycle—to deliver an unmatched range of accounting solutions from a single point of contact.

How much could tax incentives be worth to your next New York production?

Explore GreenSlate’s suite of intuitive, web-based tax incentive tools—including an interactive mapcomparison tool, and incentives calculator—to easily search, compare, and calculate production incentives on any device, and contact Miguel Batista, Director of Tax Credit Management at GreenSlate, at [email protected] with any tax incentive inquiries.

Yes – we maintain a national database of production accountants and track their availability. Email our National Director of Production Accountants.

Looking for career training to learn the software and skills required for production accounting jobs in New York? We also offer online courses and webinars too. Contact support at [email protected] to learn more.


Blog

RSS Blog

  • Custom Approval Flows: The Secret to Massive Time Savings September 27, 2022
    This week, guest blogger Pearl Fearon shares how customizing digital approval flows frees up major time…and brain space. Fully digital approval flows are exactly what production accountants need in 2022. But they frankly aren’t usable without individual customization. That’s where GreenSlate’s custom approval flows come in, arguably one of their best features. Every module (Timecards, […]
  • All the Beauty and the BloodShed Wins Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion September 21, 2022
    Laura Poitras's documentary takes the top award in Venice, searingly exploring the ideas of community, repression, art, and politics. Neon has set the US theatrical release for late October. Catch a sneak peek now.
  • It's All About the Data: Studios Are Demanding Better Finance Tools August 26, 2022
    The last 20 years haven't seen stellar technical progress for production finance. Productions and individual crew members have relied on familiar paper processes, often resisting a move to digital timecards, start work, and other production solutions, believing the evolution might slow them down, cost more money, or increase the margin for error. While understandable, this […]