Tax Tips for Freelancers

We are finding some great resources and speakers for next year's Creative Freelancer Conference.

One of the topics that was overwhelmingly requested was "taxes" by last year's attendees — so here is someone we're considering to cover it.

June Walker is a tax and financial consultant to independent professionals since 1979. She's also the author of "Self Employed Tax Solutions." Check out her article of tax saving tips here () and more about her on her web site.

Doesn't she seem perfect?

3 thoughts on “Tax Tips for Freelancers

  1. Lynn

    Here is my personal experience as a independent write, using some sort of project management/time tracking tools to tracking everything you do. I use Pacific Timesheet, as it allows me to punch in over the Phone(IVR system), over my iPhone or over laptop. i won’t miss any project or anything i do. That helps me better manage my income source for tax purpose. smile.
    Pacific Timesheet

  2. donna

    Hey guys, I found to be SUPER useful for getting freelance work quickly and easily. You can make a portfolio, interact with other members and put in availability so employers in your area or anywhere in the country can hire you directly for jobs!! It’s really perfect for freelance and short-term work.. Just wanted to share my recent discoveries with fellow freelancers 🙂
    check it out!!!