How to Estimate Self-Employment Taxes?

Answer Self-employed taxpayers must pay twice as much Social Security tax as employees who receive W-2 forms. Those in the latter category must pay 6.2% of their wages in Social Security taxes and 1.45% t... Read More »

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How to Estimate Car Taxes?

Considering that some counties in the United States charge more than 8 percent sales tax on vehicle sales, it is a good idea to figure out your sales tax before making such a large purchase. If buy... Read More »

How to Estimate Business Taxes?

Businesses must pay taxes on a quarterly basis to the Internal Revenue Service. Because a business must pay taxes four times a year, it must estimate income and loss to file business taxes. For sma... Read More »

How to Estimate Payroll Taxes?

Regular employees don’t have to worry about how to estimate payroll taxes because the employer handles all that for them. But freelancers and independent contractors must figure out how much taxe... Read More »

How to Estimate 1099 Taxes?

If you earn income as a contractor, you may not have any withholding deductions for taxes, and will receive a 1099-MISC if your income exceeds $600 annually per company. You may also be sent a 109... Read More »