Is the new tax law good for freelancers and independent contractors? Well, it depends. Over a few posts, I”ll highlight a few amazing wins for 1099s.
Here’s one example where it’s pretty amazing to get paid without a W-2.
20% Qualified Business Income Expense
Isaac is a freelance journalist who earned $26K from his articles being published. Since he’s single, no kids, he’ll save about $625 bucks on his 2018 taxes because he may deduct up to 20% of qualified business income. This applies to income from a partnership, s-corp or sole proprietorship for a tax year.
There are a few limitations, so check with a hotshot tax advisor who specializes in small businesses. And if you’re a DIYer, here’s a useful resource, courtesy of TurboTax.
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