Freelance Tips

If you have ever been employed, you are likely familiar with the W-2 tax form (a.k.a. the IRS “Wage and Tax Statement”).  An employer must send a copy of this form to their employee and one to the IRS to report wages paid and the...

If you are keeping track of the rules related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) that are likely to impact you as a freelancer, you’ll want to take note of this one in regard to meal deductions. At the beginning of the year,...

Now that we are getting down to the wire for filing individual taxes and those for freelance businesses structured as LLCs and corporations, it’s key to know the answers to these freelance tax FAQs so you can tackle your taxes in a timely manner. The...

The end of the year is the perfect time to make a change to your business structure because doing so can afford you additional tax advantages in the coming year. While there are several business entity structures you can use for a freelance business, the...

We're delighted to share with you the following post by  guest blogger and award-winning freelance copywriter Mike Gluck, author of 40 Freelancing Secrets: Get Work. Get Paid. Have Fun. When you're a freelancer, you decide how much to charge your clients. It's one of the best...