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Taxes: A Realistic View 3/23

Post by Writetrack » Mon Mar 23, 2009 5:36 am

Ugh. The dreaded tax season. It's upon us. It's not something any of us like to think about but we don't have a choice. So, do you have your taxes in order? As a freelancer, have you kept good records over the past year? Have you prepared properly?

This week, Glenn gives us some helpful instruction on our taxes, including some things to consider when making a list of those business-related deductions.

So, no, this week's article may not be fun, but Glenn helps make some sense out of a pretty confusing topic and offers helpful tips to make this tax season a little less painful.

Here's the first paragraph of the article:

Tax season is always a strenuous time for freelancers. If you're like me you work with a professional to help sort out quarterly tax deposits so there should be limited liability when it comes time to figure everything out prior to April 15th

To read the rest of the article, click here:
TAXES: A REALISTIC VIEW

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