Getting your finances in order means making more money, and who doesn't want more money?
Writers tend to be word people, which means tax season can be a very scary time! Have you been taking all the necessary steps to make sure you can maximize your return? Are you keeping all your receipts in a shoe box? Are you keeping them at all? Do you have nightmares filled with floating dollar signs as you fret over all the money you're going to owe when you finally complete your taxes?
Financing the Words is here to help!
Be prepared to learn all you ever needed to know about running your own business and doing taxes as an author and to spend just a few short hours doing it. With Pavarti K. Tyler as your guide, you will take a walk through the numbers as you learn which expenses are tax deductible and which aren't, pick up tips and tricks for preparing the taxes for your author business, and receive innovative recommendations for using your talent to add a little extra chub to your piggy bank.
With this guide you'll receive practical, easy-to-understand explanations for how to organize and manage your finances, including:
How to be a successful entrepreneur
The number-one tax rule you need to know
Making money and what to do with it
The pros and cons of incorporating
Paying designers, editors, and other contractors
Commonly asked questions
Maximizing your deductions
Determining your assets
Making money by spending money
Hiring a tax pro or doing it yourself
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