Last week, President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan into law. The Plan has several benefits that can help freelancers. One of the biggest benefits is the payment of an additional cash stimulus to qualified individuals and families. If you reported less than $75,000 ($150,000 if you filed jointly) on your last tax return, you’ll receive a $1,400 stimulus payment per person, including children and dependents. This means an eligible family of 4 would receive $5,600 – this is a lot of money! (Use the IRS’ Get My Payment Tool to see when and how you will receive your payment if you haven’t already.)
As we begin a new year, freelancers have a fresh start to implement healthy financial practices. This article shares six simple strategies that can help you successfully manage your freelancing finances and build your business.
If you are a freelancer or self-employed professional, you could be eligible for a number of money-saving tax deductions that can boost your bottom line. This article is an overview of 10 potential tax deductions to keep in mind as you prepare for tax season. (As with almost anything tax-related, there will be some nuance regarding what can be written off and for how much, so be sure to conduct additional research or consult with an accountant as needed.)
2020 was an unimaginable year. By late March, we were fighting a global pandemic amidst quarantine orders and lockdowns that drastically changed the way we live and work. As remote work and flexibility became more commonplace, even more people began to enter the freelance workforce. Whether you are a longtime freelancer or whether you are just starting your freelancing career, this article shares several strategic tips for you to wind down 2020 and plan for a successful 2021.