Author: Jonathan Medows, CPA

It’s no secret that the freelance and gig economy is growing, which means more self-employed people who must pay taxes. This fact hasn’t gone unnoticed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) which, of course, has a special interest in ensuring that self-employed individuals pay all...

If you are a freelancer who travels for work or who hires subcontractors to travel on your behalf, then you are likely already aware how time-consuming keeping track of travel expenses for tax purposes can be. Getting a handle on your freelance travel expenses doesn’t...

From a federal perspective, tax year 2018 was the last year that the Affordable Care Act’s individual Shared Responsibility Payment applied when you filed your return. This fee, otherwise known as the individual mandate, was collected for plan years through 2018 from taxpayers who could...

Yes, we are fresh off tax season, which means most small business owners have just calculated—with help from the IRS—whether they paid enough tax for 2018. If you are self-employed you should be familiar with making estimated state and federal tax payments each quarter. If...

According to The Edison Electric Institute, there are now more than one million electric vehicles (EVs) on U.S. roads. Another sign of the growing popularity of EVs? The IRS recently announced that General Motors, LLC (GM) has sold more than 200,000 vehicles which are eligible...