Are You a Freelancer or Self-Employed? CPA for Freelancers® is Here for You!

While there are lots of financial “gurus” who claim to be able to help you—what you really need is a team with a proven track record and deep knowledge. The team at CPA for Freelancers® is committed to researching and covering the issues that are integral to the health (and wealth) of your freelance business. Having spent decades studying economics, accounting, finances and, of course, the tax code we’re uniquely prepared to tackle even your toughest tribulations.

CPA for Freelancers® founder Jonathan Medows is more than just a “tax guy” – he’s a true partner who has dedicated his career to working with freelancers and self-employed individuals to help them achieve business success.

Jonathan is self-employed, too, which gives him a unique insight into what independent business owners need:

  • Common sense strategies for maximizing profits
  • Actionable alternatives for reducing tax liabilities
  • Comprehensive business advice
  • Tax and accounting services provided at an affordable rate.

For more than a decade, Jonathan has focused his New York City CPA practice on helping freelancers and the self-employed. He knows first-hand about the developments in federal, state and local tax law that affect freelancers and self-employed people, because they affect him, too. Plus, he’s the real deal…check out his credentials here.

An Experienced, Educated Advocate for Freelancers and the Self-Employed

Jonathan Medows, our founder, is a certified public accountant licensed in New York, New Jersey, and Maryland. He is also a recognized expert in taxation for freelancers and the self-employed—often tapped for his expert knowledge and perspective on self-employment taxation by national and regional publications such as The New York Post, BusinessWeek, Forbes taxation blog, WebCPA, CPA Practice Advisor and others. You can read some of Jonathan’s press coverage here.

Jonathan earned his Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, in economics and accounting and an MBA in finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University. However, his interests and education go far beyond accounting and  taxes. Jonathan also holds a Master of Arts in Judaic Studies and, although he decided to pursue accounting over a rabbinical career, Jonathan received his Rabbinic diploma from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.