This blog series is here to bring you up-to-date tax tips, news, and how to find the best online income tax services.
Did you know that as an Etsy Shop Owner, you can write-off some of the common items you use to make your web empire awesome?
Thanks to the evolution and growth of technology, you are able to turn your passions into a revenue generating business.
Commonly Missed Tax Deductions for Bloggers and Online Influencers
Did you know that as a Blogger, you can write-off some of the common items you use to make your web empire awesome?
Bloggers and Online Influencers have now etched their space into the digital world loud and strong. They have sacrificed sleep and social life to get that time sensitive post out for their followers. I understand this burden and I am here to help you steer through the world of taxes, especially the tax issues that affect you as a Blogger, Vlogger, or Online Influencer.
For some of you guys, blogging gives you a taxable income. You may be able to deduct some of your blogging or freelancing adventures, but first you will want to make sure all your documents are in line.
On this article I will show you how to get the most business deductions and lower your tax bill.
It’s understandable that the last thing a nurse, physician, pharmacist, or any other healthcare professional wants to worry about are tax deductions. This daunting thought can also be the reason why so many workers in the healthcare field file too quickly in an effort to complete this task.
Many of the medical professions can be grueling with lots of stress, little sleep, and long hours.
To add to your already long list, you will want to make sure all your documents are in line for taxes in order to stay ahead of the game. In this article I will show you how to get the most deductions in order to lower your tax bill.
Have you started your side-hustle or thinking about starting one? If so, it’s time to determine how to turn your side-hustle from hobby to business.
Whether you’re an online influencer, travel blogger, artist or musician, you need to know your status and if the IRS recognizes your hobby as a business. This is important in determining if you need to file taxes.
So, let me explain the difference to you!