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5 Tax Tips for Self-Employed Individuals in Any Field

Self-employment is like ice cream; it comes in a large variety of flavors. You can be a freelance writer, a graphic designer, a landscaper or a dog walker. Some people are self-employed full time, while others work part-time around their “day job”. Whatever your flavor of self-employment is, there are some definite tax tips you need to know.

If You Earn It, You Have to Declare It

If you do work for businesses, they will generally send you a 1099 form that you have to file at the end of the year. However, even if you work for individuals, or … Read more at 2010 Tax.

Home Business, Yay or Nay?

While the old American dream was once to land a steady job with good benefits and an early retirement, the updated version often entails becoming an entrepreneur and being your own boss. There are many challenges in steering your own ship, and yep many rewards as well. One advantage to working for yourself is that you know that you’ve got at least one person on board that really genuinely cares. As your own boss you can also guarantee that your opinions will be heard. But before making that big jump, you should really make sure you know what you’re getting … Read more at 2010 Tax.

Keeping track of your business mileage

The guidelines that are in place from the IRS enable workers and business owners to claim for mileage as a business deduction if you are using your vehicle for business purposes. Some people who are employed are able to deduct business mileage if it is not reimbursed by employers or is only partially reimbursed at a rate that is lower than the official business mileage rate.

Owners of small businesses also often use their vehicles for business related purposes and in this event they too can claim their mileage as a business expense. However, it is important that no matter … Read more at 2010 Tax.

Best Places To Live In The US – Deciding Before Retirement


At a party last week there started a discussion about the best places to live in the US. It quickly turned to matters of living in a pleasant climate with low cost of living as the group was primarily of the age about to reach retirement.

These friends were vigorously debating the virtues of living in a warm climate mostly to avoid the drudgery are dealing with winter temperatures and precipitation. Places like the Southwest and southern states dominated the conversation throughout.

If you are in the same age category as my friends and myself, there is a good … Read more at 2010 Tax.

2010 Tax Benefits For Parents

When doing your taxes there are so many things to remember that mostly everyone forgets about tax benefits for parents. You could receive benefits for your kids. Here are some ways to see if you apply.

– As of March 29, 2010 you can reduce premiums you paid for health insurance, but that’s only if you were self employed. If your child is under 27 even if they have never been your dependent you can claim them. Meaning if you have a child you have never claimed and he or she is under the age of 27 by December … Read more at 2010 Tax.

2010 Tax Return Mistakes To Avoid

For someone who is getting ready to file their personal income taxes, it is easy for them to be eager about the money that may be coming their way. This can cause someone to make mistakes on their tax forms, and to make mistakes that may end up costing them money, or getting them into trouble. One thing that not everyone wants is a tax audit, and this can often be caused by improperly filed taxes. There are many different things that you will want to remember when filing your 2010 taxes, to avoid an audit or additional problems … Read more at 2010 Tax.

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