Blog Posts - Independent Contractor Taxes



Six Things You Should Be Aware Of as an Independent Contractor

Are you an Independent Contractor? Do you receive a 1099 for income paid to you? Have you prepared for your year-end taxes with a tax strategy? The end of the year can be quite stressful as an independent contractor. If you haven’t planned for your...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on May 11, 2016

Are You An Independent Contractor That Knows Your Options?

Do you know what taxes you need to pay? Are you familiar with what tax forms you need to file? Do you have a tax strategy? There are many potential pitfalls that independent contractors should be aware of. Receiving a 1099 for income paid to you mean...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Jan 9, 2015

Are You Ready to File Your Independent Contractor Tax Forms?

You probably think you are ready to file because you have received a 1099 for your services, held on to all your receipts, and have all your documents in order. This is the sixth installment of Independent Contractor Taxes…Know Your Options. It can...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Dec 19, 2014

Do You Know the Business Deductions You Qualify For as an Independent Contractor?

Home office business deductions is another area that has changed recently. The Internal Revenue Service has provided a $5 per square foot (max $1,500) standard deduction for individuals that qualify. This is the fifth installment of Independent Contr...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Nov 26, 2014

When You Are an Independent Contractor You Should Know Your Business Expenses

Do you know your independent contractor business expenses? If not, see my eBook: 7 Things Every Small Business Owner Needs to Know for additional information on expenses. I will review below a few expense categories and taxes that I believe are commo...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Nov 4, 2014

Self Employment Form 1099 – Time to Contact a Tax and/or Legal Professional

The balance of this eBook is not intended to cover every situation. Once you determine that you are self-employed and will receive a Form 1099 for your services, I suggest you contact a tax and/or legal professional to guide you through your individu...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Oct 15, 2014

Independent Contractors Need A Separate Business Bank Account

Are you concerned that you may be setting yourself up for a future problem when it comes to banking? It is a valid concern. This is the third installment of Independent Contractor Taxes…Know Your Options. It can be downloaded from our eBook library...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Sep 23, 2014

Determine Your Independent Contractor Status

Need help determining your independent contractor status? First step is to review the rules set our by the Internal Revenue Service, see IRS.gov website. This is the first installment of Independent Contractor Taxes…Know Your Options. It can be...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Sep 3, 2014

Independent Contractor Taxes – Are You Receiving a 1099 for Income Paid to You?

When you are an independent contractor receiving a 1099 for income paid to you, it can be difficult to figure out what your options are, regarding taxes. Independent contractor taxes can be managed when you understand what your choices are, what taxe...
by Cash Flow Planning for Life on Aug 14, 2014


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