Tax season is right around the corner. So how do freelancers pay taxes? Before the Monday, April 18th deadline rolls around, OutVoice has compiled some helpful advice from tax professionals to help freelancers navigate the ins and outs of doing their taxes. Read More>
A new tax law that took effect at the start of 2022 is not being welcomed by users of mobile payment services. The new provision only affects businesses that accept payment cards or use third-party network settlement organizations for payment of goods and services, according to the Internal Revenue Service.
Have you thought of starting your own business or freelancing? Learn the ins and outs of freelancing: taxes, budgeting, hiring and more! Read more>
For this week’s episode, we interview Jonathan Medows, a certified public accountant (CPA) who lives and works here in New York City. Jonathan has worked with freelancers for many years and has seen it all when it comes to tax preparation & filings for freelancers. Listen Now >
Dentistry. Construction. Real estate. Working with clients in these industry verticals can provide your firm with incremental growth. While these niches are certainly solid areas to explore as you look toward increasing your firm’s profitability next year, it’s also worth considering some of the markets where the competition is considerably less in order to get ahead of the curve when it comes to capitalizing on their profit potential. Read More >
The pandemic has changed the way Americans work. According to research from Stanford University, 23 percent of the United States labor force now works remotely full-time, while another 33 percent aren’t working at all due to the impact of the lockdown recession. And more and more people have pursued freelance work, whether it be as contractors, consultants, or business owners themselves. Read More >
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