A fairly new profession, blogging is becoming more and more popular. So much so, that many individuals are making a full time living at it, while others earn minimal amounts. And there are some who just blog because they like to.
Those who have been in the business for a while know that the same tax laws that apply to other occupations apply here also. The purpose of this article is to inform those who are new to blogging and not familiar with the requirements of the tax code.
What form of organization to use for blogging
One of the first decisions to be made is the type of business formation. View full post…
Posted: June 2, 2017 Under: Income Tax By: Gust Lenglet
Self Employed Freelancer – The Simplest Way to Organize
So you want to be a self employed freelancer? Are you familiar with the various expenses that you are able to deduct as a cost of doing business?
Most freelancers operate as a sole proprietorship and file their business operations on a Schedule C on their Form 1040 personal tax return.
Some who are going into business with other freelancers, may form a partnership, a corporation, or an LLC. Each form of organization may have certain benefits over the other, so you need to review that carefully.
Thesole proprietorship is usually the easiest to organize, but at tax time it can present some unusual and potential tax issues. As a sole proprietor, you don’t pay yourself a salary. View full post…
Posted: April 30, 2016 Under: Income Tax By: Gust Lenglet
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