In the age of a booming gig economy, more people identify as a freelance worker or sole proprietor. The tax process of W-2’s and tax software is slowly phasing out as the way to go. Tax accountants with Prescott Accounting answer questions and guide a freelance worker through the tax process.
No Payday Deductions
come and go with a level of relief. However, because someone does not
pay taxes out of their wages does not exempt them from owing the IRS
and waiting until April is a headache waiting to happen. Paying them
every quarter is best practice by estimating what you owe. It is
ideal to pay more than getting hit with a bill in the Spring that
breaks you. Holdsworth
Chadd Fuller CPAs
can assist you.
an employer does not pay income taxes, Social Security, and Medicaid,
it is up to you. Twenty-five percent of the total earned set aside is
a good rule of thumb. If you doubt your math, having a tax accountant
with handy is helpful.
business by a credit card helps keep track of expenses versus income.
A business-specific bank account helps with keeping up with income
versus expenses. Using one account to keep tabs on both will confuse
you and lead to chaos come tax season. In both cases, it keeps
business and personal accounts entirely separate.
and deductions mean far more to an independent taxpayer than when
simply an employee. Itemizing becomes a best friend rather than
unnecessary for a freelance worker or sole proprietor. Deducting
travel, equipment, or cell phones bills is not only possible but also
rewarding. Never miss out on tax breaks. Deductions are yours for the
by a Pro Is Best
software is great for estimating, but in the end, a personal
in human form is the best policy. Planning quarterly payments,
expenses, and deductions are easier with Prescott Accounting at your
side. In the end, money saved and itemization pays a tax accountant