TAX TIPS FOR SELF-EMPLOYED INDIVIDUALS

Advance Tax Relief provides assistance to individuals struggling with unmanageable IRS tax burdens. To assess your tax situation and determine if you qualify for tax relief, contact us for a free consultation.
 
As a 1099 earner, it can sometimes seem like there are more rules to follow when filing taxes and more responsibilities to manage compared to someone that is a W-2 earner. It can even seem confusing at times when filling out certain paperwork or figuring out how to report all your income to the IRS.
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Here are a few simple tips to help you get prepared for next tax season:
 
Estimate your business income. This may seem difficult to do if you have no idea where to start, but the best way to figure out how much you will be making for the tax year and how much you should be paying in estimated tax payments is by referring to your tax return from the year before. This will give you an idea on what to expect when filing your tax return and what to pay in taxes.
 
Organize your expenses. Don’t just leave all your receipts lying around the floor or tossed in the backseat of your car. Consider automating your expenses by using a finance software where you can digitally upload copies of receipts and that synchronizes with your bank accounts so it can view any payments that were made towards your business. This not only saves you time but prevents you from making a mistake when filing your taxes.
 
Track your mileage. If you’ve been using your vehicle for anything work-related, make sure to track the mileage that you are using. It’s also important to keep a record of any gas, oil, and maintenance expenses that you accrue throughout the tax years.
 
Take a home office deduction. The IRS created the Simplified Home Office Deduction for taxpayers that own a small business from their home. If you have a qualified home office, you can deduct some of your otherwise nondeductible expenses. Here are some expenses that you can deduct:
 
Home insurance
Utilities
Rent
 
Forecast any future expenses in advance. Being self-employed means that it is your responsibility to purchase your own goods and equipment ahead of time in order to avoid any delays that could harm the amount of profit you receive. Forecasting your expenses ahead of time will allow you to understand how much money will need to be allocated to purchase these goods and still have enough left over to not only pay yourself but also your taxes.
 
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If you think that you may need help filing your 2014 through 2010 tax returns and past due tax returns, you may want to partner with a reputable tax relief company that can help you get the max refund and reduce your chances for an IRS AUDIT.
Advance Tax Relief is headquartered in Houston, TX with a branch office in Los Angeles, CA. We help many individuals just like you solve a wide variety of IRS and State tax issues, including penalty waivers, wage garnishments, bank levy, tax audit representation, back tax return preparation, small business form 941 tax issues, the IRS Fresh Start Initiative, Offer In Compromise and much more. Our Top Tax Attorneys, Accountants, and Tax Experts are standing by ready to help you resolve or settle your IRS back tax problems.
Advance Tax Relief is rated as one of the best tax relief companies nationwide.
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