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1099 Form
What is a 1099 Form?

If you’ve landed here after Googling “What is a 1099 Form?” because you’ve turned a profit as a small business owner, congratulations! Now begins the slightly less fun, but necessary […]

Business health insights
How to avoid paying taxes as an independent contractor (legally)

If it was possible to call up the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) office for a discount on tax payments, their phones would probably ring all day. But it’s not, so […]

Tax deductions worksheet
The Ultimate Small Business Tax Deductions Worksheet for 2022

If you’re a small business owner, there’s a good chance thinking about taxes stresses you out. You’re not alone. The fear of making a mistake on taxes terrifies many people. […]

Self employed taxes
How to File Independent Contractor Taxes 2022

Disclaimer: This blog post is intended to provide generalized information designed to educate a broad segment of the public. It’s not personalized tax, investment, legal, or other business or professional […]

Filing taxes
Independent Contractor Expenses Spreadsheet: Everything You Need to Know (Plus: Free Template)

Have you ever struggled to manage your financials as an independent contractor? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone. According to Freelancer Map’s 2021 study, 25% of freelancers consider […]

surviving IRS audit with no receipts
Surviving An IRS Audit Without Receipts

While not having copies of your receipts is not ideal if you’re being audited, there are things you can do to prove your expenses to the IRS.

April 17th, 2019Tax Time

20 percent pass through deduction
Independent’s guide to the 20 percent pass through deduction

As an independent, freelancer or 1099-er you may have been keeping a close watch on tax time this year as there are some significant changes to business tax code that could put extra money in your hands this year. If you can’t implement these tips this year, make sure you use them going forward so you can maximize the pass-through deduction in future tax years.

February 28th, 2019Tax Time

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