As your writing business grows, there may be times when you need to hire help. You also may be providing writing services and wonder if you are working for a company as an employee or if you are really self-employed.
The Internal Revenue Service has strict definitions they use when determining if someone is an employee or a subcontractor. You can learn all about it on their web site using this link:Employee vs Independent Contractor
Bookkeeping Basics for Freelance Writers - New Release
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Welcome to Writers In Business where we explore the business side of the writing profession.
In the excitement to see our names in print, the business side of the writing profession is often overlooked. Fear not those looming IRS tax deadlines, accounting expert, Brigitte Thompson is here to help!
Brigitte shares her tax tips and recordkeeping wisdom with writers in her newest title, Bookkeeping Basics for Freelance Writers.
This Writers In Business blog provides an overview of the detailed information contained in her book and welcomes guest writers who share their tips as well.
Brigitte operates an accounting firm in Vermont and is the author of several recordkeeping and tax books. She is a member of the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers and the Vermont Tax Practitioners Association. She has been in the field since 1985.