Timeless Tax Prep Tools and Tips

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When I began my blog in 2015, one of my clients who is a massage therapist told me she wanted to know more about taxes. I bet she’s not alone. That’s why I have continued to document my progress as I’ve gained control over my self-employed income taxes. Each post has a link to a FREE Tax Preparation Documents Checklist to get you organized. May this walk down memory lane take the fear and guesswork out of your taxes once and for all!

You’ve Heard About Death and Taxes…

Anything commonly compared with death is scary. This post contains helpful links to explain estimated taxes along with a simple payment process to keep you on top of them. You can enjoy a little Beatles music, too!

My Tax Preparation Plan (Part One)

This post outlines my system from the start of the year until the filing deadline. Breaking anything down into steps makes it more manageable. By starting early, you’ll have a clearer picture of where you are and have more time to find ways to save or make money should you owe.

 

My Tax Preparation Plan (Part Two)

I learned a lot doing my taxes for the year my practice took off! You’ll find money-saving tips as well as my formula for setting aside funds for those pesky estimated taxes throughout the year. For business owners, every season is tax season.

 

Achieving Estimated Tax Payment Mastery

The tax challenges during my first two years in business have been stressful. I share what I’ve learned and what I’m doing now to make my dread of filing taxes a thing of the past. I’m not sure if tax preparation will ever be a truly zen experience but I’m working toward it. 🙂

 

Need help with your taxes? Use this FREE Tax Preparation Documents Checklist to get organized! Once you sign up, you’ll get a series of emails with tips to take your taxes from to-do to done.

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I'm an Ashiatsu barefoot deep tissue massage specialist dedicated to sharing my journey to creating a successful business that I love!
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