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Work for yourself? Me too. Feeling a little lost when it comes to taxes? Let's talk.


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SAVE money ON Self-employment TAXES

Do you make roughly $30,000 or more after expenses? Have you elected S-Corp status for tax purposes? Do you know where on your tax return is best to deduct your health insurance? How about retirement contributions?

When you're employed by a company, you pay 7.65% in Social Security and Medicare taxes (also known as FICA or self-employment taxes) on your income. Your company also pays 7.65% in FICA taxes. When you're self-employed, you pay both, or 15.3%, in self-employment taxes on your income. Let's talk about how you can reduce your self-employment taxes this year.

S-CORP status

When you elect S-Corp status, you can take some of your profits as an employee and the rest as an owner. You'll pay the 15.3% tax on the employee portion, but you aren't taxed on the owner portion. The IRS has guidelines on how you can make that split, but don't worry, I can guide you on how best to do that. I will also help you estimate your quarterly taxes and help you pay yourself as an employee through payroll. 

tax savings

An S-Corp tax return is more complex than what you would file if you didn't elect S-Corp status, but the tax savings are absolutely worth it. In a 50/50 owner-employee split scenario, a person who makes:

$30K can save $1,960 in taxes

$50K can save $3,091 in taxes

$70K can save $4,327 in taxes.

Wild, I know.

never miss a deduction

You need someone who has your back when it comes taxes. Someone who can answers your questions and helps you with your business throughout the year, not just in the heat of tax season. I'll set you up with an easy-to-use app that will allow you keep track of your expenses and track your miles. The app connects to your bank account and allows your to take pictures of receipts so you'll never miss a deduction and be fully prepared in case of an audit. 


pricing for self-employed taxes

For pricing purposes, you're considered self-employed if you (or your spouse): (a) have more 1099 and non-W-2 income than W-2 income (b) made at least $30K in self-employment income for the year. If you made less than $30K, click here for pricing.

SELF-EMPLOYED


$199


Includes: Form 1040 + Schedule C + Schedule SE

For a self-employed person filing single, married filing separately, married filing jointly

SELF-EMPLOYED
WITH S-CORP STATUS


$600 + 50% of personal tax return pricing

Includes: Form 1120S & K-1 + Unlimited Add-ons

For a self-employed person filing single, married filing separately, married filing jointly, who has a single-member LLC with S-Corp status

Need tax + accounting + business advice year-round?

check out the self-employed all-inclusive packages

SELF-EMPLOYED ALL INCLUSIVE
(without S-Corp election)

$120/quarter

Includes:
12-Months of Support
Tax Returns
Free Add-ons
Income, Expense & Mileage Tracking
Tax Planning
Estimated Quarterly Tax Filing
Document Storage



SELF-EMPLOYED ALL INCLUSIVE
(with S-Corp Election)

$195/quarter

Includes:
12-Months of Support
Tax Returns
Free Add-ons
Income, Expense & Mileage Tracking
Tax Planning
Estimated Quarterly Tax Filing
Document Storage
Free Filing of S-Corp Election
Guidance on S-Corp Tax Advantages
Guidance on S-Corp Status Compliance
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