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How to Plan for and Minimize the Self-Employment Tax
Tips to help self-employed business owners and independent contractors plan and calculate your self-employment tax on Schedule SE.
Tax Treatment of Self-Employment Income - Tax Planning: U.S.
Self-employed persons incur three federal taxes on their earnings: federal income tax, Social Security tax, and Medicare tax.
Tax Deduction for Self-Employment Income - Tax Planning: U.S.
If you have self-employment income, then you can take a deduction for half of your self-employment tax to reduce your regular income tax.
Self Employed / Self-Employment Definition
Someone who is self employed is the owner of a business, an individual who earns a living by working for himself/herself and not as an employee of someone  ...
What Are Self-Employment Taxes? How to Calculate Taxes
If you own your own business (not a corporation), you are considered to be self- employed, and you must pay self-employment taxes. These self-employment ...
Self-Employed - IRS Definition of Being Self Employed
How do you know if the IRS sees you as being self-employed? If you are, you need to file self-employment taxes. See if you meet the IRS criteria for being ...
Difference Between Self-Employment and Employment Tax
This article describes the difference between self-employment taxes (SECA tax) on self-employment income and employment taxes (FICA tax) on income from ...
Wages and Self-Employment Tax - US Business Law / Taxes - About ...
If you are self-employed and also have employment income, here's how Social Security and Medicare taxes are withheld, determined and paid at tax time.
Self-Employment Taxes Explained - US Business Law / Taxes
What are Self-employment Taxes? The term "self-employment taxes" describes those taxes that someone who is a business owner must pay. You must pay ...
Year End Tax Planning Ideas for Self Employed Persons
Freelancers and other self-employed entrepreneurs have several tax planning strategies available to them before the year is over.
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