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The Forms Must Be Obeyed: Taxes for the Freelancer

The most eye-opening thing (financially) to being a freelancer is that you get paid in full by your employers/customers–no taxes taken out–and then you have to set aside money from whatever you’re paid and write quarterly checks to the government … Continue reading

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Taxes for the Freelancer

I was just chatting with a friend who was wondering what to do about her taxes and I thought maybe I’d pass on some thoughts to you, my fearless, loyal readers. If you’re not a U.S. citizen or living/working in … Continue reading

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The Mechanics of the Home Office

In this follow-up to my piece on the tools for working in a home office, I’ll talk a bit about businesses processes, which I’ve had to work out as I go, sometimes on my own, sometimes with input from others. … Continue reading

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