Tax Tips for Freelance Writers

Write off everything you possibly can!

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Today, I’m going to write about tax tips for freelance writers. I’m on my second year of doing this full-time, and I am just starting to earn enough income to get by without another job. It’s not easy, but I continue to strive, and I’m very happy doing what I’m doing, so that’s what matters most to me. I am realizing that I have to work 10–12 hour days to make ends meet…

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I pen articles about politics, culture, & writing. https://daniellacressman.squarespace.com/

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Daniella Cressman

Daniella Cressman

I pen articles about politics, culture, & writing. https://daniellacressman.squarespace.com/

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