Filing Taxes for Freelancers
Historically, freelancers have needed to track income, expenses, and mileage. Now they also need to understand forms 1099-MISC, W-9, and 1099-K, depreciation versus expenses rules, home office rules, mileage qualifications, qualified business income deduction (QBID), retirement options, and more. These topics will be presented in a way laypersons can understand and with some humor—because a tax talk needs humor. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions, and there may be a few that are answered with something other than “that depends.”
Beth Logan has a tax practice in Chelmsford, MA, Kozlog Tax Advisers. She’s an enrolled agent and is the president of the Mass Society of Enrolled Agents. Beth is also a nationally published author. Her most recent book is Divorce and Taxes after Tax Reform (although she is scared to admit that to a group of editors). When she isn’t helping clients with taxes, she consults to small businesses; writes books, stories, and articles; and teaches classes to enrolled agents and laypersons. She has an MBA from the University of Maryland at College Park and two electrical engineering degrees from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
When: Tuesday, February 4 at 6:30 pm
Where: Impact Hub Boston at 50 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02109. Room and floor number TBD.
The entrance to the building is on Devonshire Street. Please check in at the desk with a photo ID.