Financial Tips for Freelancers: How to Keep Up with Quarterly Taxes

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Freelance and contract workers need to file regular income reports and pay quarterly taxes. Missing a deadline or failing to file can come with stiff financial penalties. This piece will provide a quick overview of required reporting and some organizational tips to make the task manageable.


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Nadine M.

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Nadine is a freelance writer with more than seven years of experience. She spends most of her time researching niche products and working with small businesses to improve their content strategy. Previously, she worked with small, community-based nonprofits on fundraising effor...

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