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New IRS Form Helps Freelancers Determine Eligibility for Sick Leave and Family Leave Credits on 2020 Tax Return

If you were sick in 2020  or the beginning of 2021 due to COVID-19, or you had to take time away from your freelance business to care for a family member who was, you’ll want to see if you are eligible for qualified sick and family leave equivalent tax credits with IRS Form 7202, “Credits for […]

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A New Form 1099 is Coming...Here's What You Need to Know

There’s a new twist on income reporting that freelancers will need to take note of on their 2020 tax return. The IRS has introduced Form 1099-NEC, a separate form from the standard Form 1099-MISC. This new form is one that you as a freelance business owner should receive from any client you did work for […]

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How Will the NEW COVID-19 Stimulus Bill Impact Your Freelance Taxes? Here’s What We Know.

Amid all of the doom and gloom related to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, on December 21 Congress provided a ray of hope with a $900 billion stimulus package—just in time for the holidays. While there are provisions in the bill for individuals, healthcare workers and small businesses, there are some particular perks for freelancers—especially if […]

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Freelancer Alert! Temporary Relocation May Impact Your Tax Obligations

The pandemic has been motivating factor in some freelancers moving to avoid being in a hotspot for the virus or to be closer to family. While it can be advantageous to move in some regards, it may also affect your tax situation, so it’s important to know what is considered an actual move and how […]

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Unemployment Income? Here's What It Means for Your Freelance Taxes

A key part of The CARES Act for freelancers was the ability for the self-employed to apply for unemployment benefits to offset income lost due to the Covid-19 pandemic under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program. However, what may not be clear to many people who are receiving unemployment payments, often for the first time […]

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Self-Employed? Here’s What You Need to Know About PPP & EIDL Loans

If you were able to get a loan under the Payroll Protection Program (PPP) recently, you should be aware of some important follow-up guidance recently released by the IRS which may impact your taxes. PPP loan forgiveness, self-employment income and your taxes Based on the new PPP guidance available to date (which is fluid and […]

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What Freelancers Can Expect to Receive from The CARES Act

Today the emergency relief bill, now known as The CARES ( Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act, was passed to help bolster the U.S. economy as the country battles the coronavirus. The new law covers a broad cross-section of the economy—including the freelance sector. Of particular note, the relief package gives jobless workers bigger […]

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