Taxes for freelancers & startups

Learn the best way to set up your freelance business for tax purposes from an experienced freelancer. This video is specifically focused on taxes in the United States.

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This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Jason Kim

    I've had it explained to me a few times but the way you outlined each tax entity was really clear and concise. I recently started out on my own and this will help me make decisions about how I can approach these matters.
    Thank you for making this video.

  2. Joe Oviedo

    Thanks! Wondering about all these things, we are looking to incorporate ourselves in the US, because we need stripe usa for international payments, stripe in my country is still in preview and its been in preview for 18 months!!! so no more waiting 🙁

  3. Nice video.. thanks for doing this. If you could clarify about how do you purchase health insurance that would really helpful.. thanks again

  4. Todd Paben

    Very helpful! I feel underwhelmed, in the sense that you didn't overwhelm me with too many details. I might actually go for it after seeing this! Thanks!

  5. Eric Hepperle

    Thanks Luke! One Question: Is an S-Corp still worth it if only make $10K or less freelancing?

  6. iVuDang

    I'm an accountant, and I can safely tell you guys, this guy is a BOSS. Everything he is saying is relevant.

  7. I will create facebook page and promote any business by fb marketing

  8. Jai

    Great video! Straightforward, you made things very clear and easy to understand. Thanks!

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