Tax time is no one’s favorite time of year, so what I’m about to suggest may sound loopy, but hear me out. What if instead of “doing” our taxes once a year, we spread out the joy and “did” them every month?
Plan now for the 2018 Tax Law changes. MJB’s Bookkeeping Solutions, LLC can help with organizing your personal or business books for a clearer economic path.
As the April 18th deadline for filing taxes looms on the horizon, you may be in the enviable position of having already filed your tax return. If you haven’t already filed, however, here are some last minute tips.
The first thing to remember that unless you make more than $400 in a year, you’re not required to pay the any self-employment taxes. You’ll notice that the threshold for requiring to pay is lower than the amount required for a client to provide you a 1099.
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See you all in the New Year! MJ