While keeping up with deadlines can sometimes feel like a drag, especially when it comes to paying bills, the upside of staying on top of these dates is that you’ll save yourself money by not having to pay things like interest. *Updated for 2023
Direct debit, e-filing, pay by mail… All the words! Need someone to just break it down and tell you how to actually pay your taxes? No worries, we’ve got you covered.
If you are not able to pay taxes immediately, don't worry, you have options.
You've probably heard it many times if you're a freelancer or earn other untaxed income: you should be paying taxes quarterly. But how do you know if that applies to you? We're here to help.
Confused about how and when to send estimated quarterly taxes? We've got you covered.
You may have heard of tax extensions, but you're not super clear on how they work and if you should get one. We can help.
Filing late is much more common than people think. The primary thing to know is that you may have to pay some additional "penalties." (Ultimately they are interest charges on any amount you owe.) Even if you're a couple years late, it's okay, we can help you get your taxes filed!
In the past, if you hired other freelancers or contractors to help with your business, you had to fill out a 1099-MISC. Since 2021, you'll need to send a 1099-NEC instead.
Think of your federal tax return (which is called the 1040) like the trunk of a tree. All the other forms branch out from there.
People throw words like deduction or itemizing around a lot, but they don't always use the terms correctly. We'll explain what's going on and how it impacts you.
For married couples filing US taxes, there are advantages and disadvantages to filing jointly vs. separately. Can't figure out what filing status you should use with your partner? We can help.
The old W-4 was confusing, the new W-4 is confusing in a different way. Here's some info that will help you figure it out.
Figuring out sales tax can feel daunting for freelancers. That’s why we’ve put together a few resources for dealing with sales tax for those of you in New York state.
A step-by-step guide for registering AND filing your annual tax exemption.