What to do if you can't pay your taxes

What to do if you can't pay your taxes

by Jonathan Medows, CPAforfreelancers.com

The corporate tax filing date of March 17 has already passed, and the April 15 date for individual returns is closing in fast. Have you filed your return – or are you on track to do so?

The Internal Revenue Service does not look kindly on...

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How to Get Organized for Every Tax Season

How to Get Organized for Every Tax Season

by Jonathan Medows, CPAforfreelancers.com

We’re deep into tax season. If you haven’t already filed, it’s time to get your act together and get organized. Gathering your records, filling in an electronic or paper tax organizer, and pulling together all of your official documents will make tax...

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The Skinny on Home Office Deductions

The Skinny on Home Office Deductions

by Jonathan Medows

A nice home office is often one of the most favored perks of being a freelancer—especially if you work at home full-time. Having a home office can also provide you with a significant tax deduction, if you qualify for it. Up until this tax year, the...

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Tax Deductions Guide for Freelancers and the Self-Employed

Tax Deductions Guide for Freelancers and the Self-Employed

As a freelancer, your taxes can get pretty complicated. Welcome to the labyrinthine world of deductions!

Even if you have an accountant prepare your taxes, it’s still a good idea to know what’s possible so you can make sure you’re keeping track of the right expenses. Below...

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'Tis the Season for Tax Planning

'Tis the Season for Tax Planning

by Jonathan Medows

Jonathan Medows is a New York City based CPA who specializes in taxes and business issues for freelancers across the country. He has a resource section with how-to articles specifically for the self-employed at his website, www.cpaforfreelancers.com.

‘Tis the season. Yes - for shopping, egg nog...

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How to Read a 1099 and Other FAQs

How to Read a 1099 and Other FAQs

As freelancers, there’s nothing more satisfying than getting paid to do what you love, especially when your check shows up on time. But there are a few headaches that come with getting paid, too…namely, the 1099 form.

At the end of the year, in order to document that...

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What Freelancers Living Abroad Need to Know About Taxes

What Freelancers Living Abroad Need to Know About Taxes

Editor’s Note: Guest blogger Jonathan Medows is a New York City-based CPA who specializes in taxes and business issues for freelancers across the country. He has a resource section with how-to articles specifically for the self-employed at his website, www.cpaforfreelancers.com.

Freelancers living outside the United States have...

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Get a Fresh Start on Taxes

Get a Fresh Start on Taxes

Editor’s Note: Guest blogger Jonathan Medows is a New York City based CPA who specializes in taxes and business issues for freelancers across the country. He has a resource section with how-to articles specifically for the self-employed at his website, www.cpaforfreelancers.com.

Every year in the weeks around...

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Last-Minute Tax Advice: Do's and Don'ts for Freelancers

Last-Minute Tax Advice: Do's and Don'ts for Freelancers

Editor’s Note: Guest blogger Jonathan Medows is a New York City based CPA who specializes in taxes and business issues for freelancers across the country. He has a resource section with how-to articles specifically for the self-employed at his website, www.cpaforfreelancers.com.

It happens every year around this...

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It's Tax Time: 5 Tips to Get You Prepared

It's Tax Time: 5 Tips to Get You Prepared

Editor’s Note: Guest blogger Jonathan Medows is a New York City based CPA who specializes in taxes and business issues for freelancers across the country. He has a resource section with how-to articles specifically for the self-employed at his website, www.cpaforfreelancers.com.

Ready, set, tax time! If you...

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