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Catch These Year-End Freelance Tax Deductions Before Dec. 31

There are only a few weeks left until the end of the year, which means your window for leveraging last-minute tax deductions for 2019 is rapidly closing. Here’s the run-down on what you can do to snag these tax-saving deductions for your freelance business before the ball drops on Dec. 31. Measure up your home […]

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How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act May Impact Your Freelance Business

In case you missed it due to the holiday rush, the President recently signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), representing the broadest reform of tax laws in three decades. With the new laws now taking effect, you’ll notice both some individual and business tax “goodies” and some less appealing regulations. Suffice […]

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Why You Need an "Oh, S**t!" Fund

Being a freelancer can be one of the best careers out there. You get to do what you love and get paid while doing it. You’re constantly building, learning and ultimately creating value for your clients. Of course, with the reward of self-employment comes responsibility. You’re 100% in charge of calculating how much of your […]

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A 90-Day Plan to Get On Top of Your Freelance Finances (Once and For All!)

Being self-employed is not for the faint of heart, or for those who are faint about their finances. Sadly, studies have shown time and again that a key contributor to freelance business failure is a lack of financial organization. Fortunately, if you’re proactive, you can get on top of your finances and be successful over […]

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Eat, Drink, and Keep the Receipt: Holiday Travel and Entertainment Tax Deductions

The holiday season is here (in case you hadn't noticed!), which means time for awkward get-togethers with your in-laws and too much shopping on Amazon Prime. Actually, it means times for happy occasions involving food, drink, and, if you’re lucky, travel. For self-employed individuals, entertaining clients or traveling to their places of business can seem […]

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Add Year-End Planning to Your To-Do List Now, Subtract Tax Owed Later

What’s worse come December? The unending hunt for a good parking spot or buying the right present for your picky Uncle Todd? Add in responding to last-minute client requests and wrapping up presents and projects before the holidays and the end of the year is stressful. Yet, freelancers and the self-employed shouldn’t skip year-end tax […]

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