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Check Out the IRS’s New Freelancer-Friendly Estimated Tax Tool

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 the taxes they are obligated to in a timely fashion. […]

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Small Business Week Reminder: Check Your Estimated Tax Payments

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 you’re not, with this week being Small Business Week, it’s […]

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Breaking Freelance Tax News! The IRS Lowers Safe Harbor Threshold for 2018 Taxes

If you were paying attention to your tax situation in January of this year, you may have heard that the IRS is offering a reprieve to some taxpayers when it comes to penalties for the late payment of estimated taxes. Now, less than month before the tax deadline the IRS has announced that it is […]

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The Final Countdown – Tax Deadlines You Need to Know Now

“The Final Countdown” to Tax Day is on, and with just over a month left to go until that most notorious day of the year—Tax Day—it’s time to get serious about what you need to do to meet your obligations as a taxpayer and freelance business owner. The good news is, there’s only one date […]

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Struggling to Pay Your Taxes? Take These Three Steps Now

Tax season is here and you may be stressing a little, especially if you haven’t been making regular estimated tax payments on your business profits. If this is the case for you, it’s time to take action this tax year and for the years ahead. Start with the three steps below to get back on […]

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Yes, Virginia, You Do Have to Pay Estimated Taxes in January

Paying taxes at the start of the new year – sounds crazy right? This is the ugly truth for freelancers, Airbnb hosts, rideshare drivers, or anyone else earning 1099 income. If you earn self-employment income, you’re expected to stroke Uncle Sam a check four times a year for quarterly estimated tax payments. Not completely sure […]

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Estimated Taxes on Autopilot or Not Even Airborne? Take Control Before September 15

The next estimated tax deadline is coming up in short order on September 15. If you’re one of the many freelancers who tend to put estimated tax payments on autopilot, or never even get them off the ground, it’s time to take the wheel again and make sure that you remain in control of your […]

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