4 responses to “Top tax tips for freelancers”

  1. Howard Baldwin

    Hey, Michelle — here’s a thought for a future tax-related conversations. Here in California (where we’re strangling ourselves, tax-wise), there’s talk of taxing services; i.e., where non-tangibles change hands. Well, as a sole proprietor, all my income derives from services. Are they really talking about taxing my work and taxing my income from that work a second time? That seems onerous, but I seriously doubt I could just add a 5-10% service tax on my invoices and have my clients pay it.

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