Self-Employment Taxes: What You Need to Know

This guest post comes from Michael, a contributing editor of the Dough Roller, a personal finance and investing blog, and Credit Card Offers IQ, a credit card review site. Earlier this year, I was fortunate enough to be able to leave my 9-5 job and work on my own as a contractor. Setting my own […]

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What Will Your Tax Refund Look Like This Year?

Now that we’re in 2010, tax time is around the corner. While there aren’t too many people who actually like to pay taxes, everyone likes to see if they’ll be getting a big (or any) refund come April 15. As employers prepare to send out W2s and 1099 statements, you can get a peek at […]

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E-Filing Your Taxes: The Last Minute Option

If you’re one of the many people who has waited until the last day to file their taxes (that’s today, procrastinators!), you may be better off e-filing. The IRS has a decent guide to e-filing your taxes, available here. If you are looking to e-file, follow these three steps from the IRS. Step 1 – […]

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