RealtimeCampaign.com Explains What Freelancers Must Know About Filing Their Taxes

RealtimeCampaign.com Explains What Freelancers Must Know About Filing Their Taxes

(MENAFN – GetNews) Freelancers manage their own taxes in most cases, and some don’t understand exactly what they are doing. Learning about tax deductions helps freelancers save money on tax responsibilities and keep more of their earnings with them each year. Financial articles help freelancers discover new ways to save and avoid higher costs at […]

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2 Growth Stocks Capitalizing On The Gig Economy To Buy In 2020

2 Growth Stocks Capitalizing On The Gig Economy To Buy In 2020

Freelancers account for 36% of the American workforce, according to a recent study by Edelman Intelligence. Freelancers are also referred to as consultants or contractors. Some do it on the side while also employed at a full-time job, others freelance as their full-time job, and some freelancers only work part-time. McKinsey, a U.S.-based consulting firm, […]

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Doing your own taxes? Here are the best tax software options for freelancers.

Doing your own taxes? Here are the best tax software options for freelancers.

Freelancing isn’t all sweatpants and snooze buttons. Well, sometimes it is. But most of the time, it’s cabin fever, caffeine withdrawal, fickle cash flows, and fierce competition for clients. When you boil it down, being your own boss is really hard work — and no time is that more apparent than during tax season. Compared […]

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Freelancing Taxes

3 Tax Tips for Freelancers — by Freelancers

With the changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act not well understood by many Americans, taxes in the United States can be confusing enough for employees. Being a freelancer or independent contractor adds another layer of complication. For example, did you know there are three additional types of retirement accounts available to self-employed […]

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Freelancing New Tax Break

A New Tax Break Could Save Freelancers Hundreds This Year. Here’s What You Need to Know

This spring, taxpayers will file their first returns since Congress overhauled the tax code a little over a year ago. Freelancers could find a lot to cheer. One of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s biggest perks is a new 20% deduction on so-called pass-through, or qualified business, income available to anyone who is […]

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