How do I handle my freelancer taxes? (My Freelance Life 010)

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Earning money through freelancing does cost money and is taxed differently. You don’t have a full-time employer to figure out your taxes and give you a clear-shot paycheck, after all. And then you hear terms like “1099” and W-2”, which honestly can be quite hard to wrap your head around.

In this very special episode (and our longest yet) of My Freelance Life, we take a deep dive with Andy and our special guest – Nathan D Lee, a professional accountant, to give us the insights on finances, bookkeeping and tax implications for freelancers.

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About Bilal Ibrar

Bilal is part of the team here at Millo. He’s a Hubspot certified digital marketing consultant with years of experience working with small and medium businesses. He writes about technology, marketing and social media for aspiring entrepreneurs. You can find him on his Twitter and Website.

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