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Tax Help for Uber Drivers

Tax Help for Uber Drivers 2018

As an Uber driver partner, you work for yourself as an independent transportation provider. What this means technically is that you are now being classified as self-employed or an independent contractor. As a result, Uber will send you a Form 1099 statement instead of a W-2 Form by January...

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Tax cuts jobs act summary

Tax cuts and Jobs Act Summary

Know what’s in it for you? The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R.1) was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. The most sweeping changes to the U.S. tax code in decades impact virtually every taxpayer. This historic bill calls for lowering the individual and corporate tax rates,...

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The Sharing Economy

Tax Tips for the Sharing Economy

With the advent of the Sharing Economy, many taxpayers have found a new stream of income with what is also known as the “on-demand,” “gig,” or “access economy.” Websites or online platforms such as Airbnb, Uber, and Lyft are just a few examples of this new income source. Small...

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Self Employment

Self Employment Tax Tips

Starting a small business and being self-employed can give individuals an opportunity to build wealth and a great way to save on taxes. However, this opportunity also comes with great responsibility; such as ensuring total compliance with the tax rules and regulations surrounding self employment. Self-employed individuals normally earn...

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Factors that Determine your Tax Rate

In the USA, this is the time to talk about taxes and the tools or vehicles to manage them. By simply doing certain things, such as contributing to your retirement account, finding deductions, and choosing the right filing status to file under, will make a huge difference in your...

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Estimated Tax Payments

The Benefits of Estimated Tax Payments

Paying taxes after the due dates would have repercussions for the taxpayer because at the end, all of this ultimately  adds penalties and/or interests to the tax bill.  Paying estimated taxes is something that no one enjoys….Most self-employed individuals would rather do something else than trying to figure out...

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HSA Benefits After Retirement

HSA Retirement Planning

Contributing to a health savings account or HSA before you retire can provide various benefits after you turn 65. These plans typically cover just qualified medical expenses, which can be reimbursed tax and penalty free. To determine how to maximize your distributions from your HSA, discuss your current retirement...

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