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Individual and Business Tax Deadlines for New York and New Jersey Freelancers Affected by Hurricane Ida Extended to January 3, 2022

If you are an individual freelancer, sole proprietor, or business owner operating under another entity type in New York and New Jersey you may have until January 3, 2022, to file individual and business tax returns and make estimated tax payments, if you have been affected by Hurricane Ida. In addition to the filing deadline […]

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PPP Loan Forgiveness May Impact Your Freelance Taxes, Here’s What You Need to Know

Based on recent IRS guidance, any Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness may have a tax impact on your freelance business. How much this will impact your tax obligations depends on the extent to which you are applying for forgiveness based on overhead and other third party costs, which will not be deductible on your […]

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What the New Executive Order Deferring Payroll Tax Means for Freelancers

On Saturday President Trump signed an executive order— one that is likely to see some legal challenges. The order includes language to extend enhanced unemployment benefits and eviction moratoriums, the deferment for student loans, student loan interest forgiveness and extend eviction moratoriums. However, for freelancers, the most important piece of this new order is that […]

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