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 Self-Employed Tax Relief?

Answer Setting your own hours, working from home, and being your own boss are some of the perks of self-employment. Paying self-employment tax, on the other hand, is definitely no perk. Many first-time in... Read More »
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How to Be Self Employed?

Do you know that you're working more than your boss, but you get paid less than what your boss earns? That's the way most businesses work. If you want to get out of that zone and realize how much y... Read More »
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How to Avoid a Self Employed Tax?

The self-employment tax rate is 15.3 percent and pays into Social Security and Medicare. This is because the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) considers a self-employed person as an employee as well a... Read More »
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Self-Employed Tax Classifications?

Self-employed taxpayers must carefully choose their legal business form to maximize tax benefits. There are advantages and disadvantages to each organization type. Major considerations include th... Read More »
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Guide for Self-Employed Tax Returns?

For self-employed people, the form used to guide taxes is the Schedule C - Profit or Loss From Business. This form lists total income and subtracts total expenses, and the resulting profit or loss ... Read More »
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