Event Recap: Top Tax Tips for Freelancers

Someone once said the only things that are inevitable are death and taxes. I’d add: they are also staggeringly complicated, especially for creative freelancers like me who majored in English (I know there are a lot of us out there). Plus, every year brings new tax rules, which compounds my apprehension when April comes around. During Freelance Austin’s February event,…

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Mari Ramirez’s 5 Most Forgotten Tax Tips for Freelancers: March Meeting Recap

Tax day is April 18 this year. Even if you’ve already filed, CPA Mari Ramirez undoubtedly shared something you didn’t know at the March Freelance Austin meeting, including these five frequently forgotten items on our personal and/or business returns. #1. “You ain’t giving away right!” When you drop off a trunk load at Goodwill, The Caring Place or another charity,…

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Freelance Taxes 101: Everything You Need to Know for Tax Time

As a freelancer, you’re the boss—at tax time, too. If you earn more than $600 from independent work in a year, you’re officially in business as far as the IRS is concerned. With the help of Austin’s Parkhurst Consulting*, we’ve compiled a few helpful reminders for staying on top of your taxes as a freelancer, whether you’re brand-new to running…

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