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Author Archives: June Walker
Our dear friend (and partner and speaker again at this year’s CFC), June Walker, has generously shared excerpts from her new book, The Confident Indie: A Simple Guide to Deductions, Income and Taxes for The Creatively Self-employed. She’s also offering a …
A tax expert says to the creatively self-employed that this may be the year to file for an extension. She outlines tax-savings ideas by doing so and tips for taking advantage of the extra time.
Many creatives have either made the switch to a self-employed freelance designer this past year, or chosen to moonlight. If this describes you, check out these must-see tax tips before you file.
Remember, for the IRS to consider your activity a business you must have a profit motive not a tax reduction motive!
Can I deduct my losses (the $10,000 I was supposed to get paid) against the taxes owed on the $8000 in earned income.
It’s almost time for Halloween and trick-or-treating. Are you wondering whether you can deduct the cost of your Halloween costume as a business expense? Well, no, if you bought it to go trick-or-treating with your kids. Yes, if you bought …
The IRS reg says that you are a business if you make a profit in three out of five years. It does not say that you are not a business if you don’t make a profit in three out of five years.
Hello Creative Freelancers. This is my first post for the Creative Freelancer Blog and so I’d like to introduce myself — after I point out the tax dilemma that confronts you, the self-employed creative. According to IRS stats, there are …