Tax Tips for the Newly Self-Employed

by Kenneth Hoffman in ,

With more than 14 million Americans currently unemployed, many have become self-employed. Starting a new business is pretty intense with entrepreneurs having to wear different hats to get the business off the ground. The financial and tax side of owning a business is a common area that most entrepreneurs need help with.

Here are some tips that will help self-employed workers get their business off the ground without running into tax problems down the road.  

Hire a Tax Pro and an Attorney. It’s part of the cost of doing business and is highly recommended by many experts, not just us tax pros and attorneys. Richard Kiyosaki, in his book, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” stresses the importance of having a team of legal and accounting/tax experts to guide you through the process. Pound for pound, their advice will save you money in the long run. Tax planning, entity selection, financial analysis, and setting up accurate books are integral to your success.

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