Last week, I wrote up everything I’d learned about paying estimated taxes as a single-member LLC — but it turns out I hadn’t learned everything there was to learn yet!
I’m going to remind y’all that I am NOT A TAX PROFESSIONAL, so I’d suggest you consult with your own assortment of CPAs before taking any tax-related actions.
After I raved about TaxAct on The Billfold, you all suggested I set up an interview — so I did.
Some people might donate less, now that the tax incentive is reduced. My husband and I plan to donate more.
How much I earned, how much I owed, and what kind of refund I’m getting.
I’m also getting a refund for the first time since I started freelancing.
Your most recent paycheck might be a little larger than usual.
Even though none of us have any tax savings yet.
The House just voted to pass the final draft of the tax bill, and the Senate is scheduled to vote later today, so… I’m curious what you all think of it.
The Senate passed their bill this weekend, and now it’s time to draft the final version.
The Senate is preparing to vote on their tax bill later this week.
Slate breaks it down—and tells you what you can buy with your extra money.
If you were on Twitter this weekend, you might have seen a lot of people respond to this tweet.
They want to pay more so other people don’t have to.
Instead, Ron Lieber writes, we should prepare for the unknowable future.
I’ve been avoiding this story because I kept hoping it would change—I mean, that’s how our current administration operates, right?
And some voters are fine with losing these services.