I Do My Thing and I Love It

March 14, 2018

My clients have diverse goals, from increasing web traffic and site income to startup exposure and attracting customers to their doors and stores. As a freelance writer, I am heavily involved in my passion, both literary and automotive, from scoping out new clients and researching articles to writing and editing and helping them get the exposure they need.

 

What I'm not so passionate about is financing, and I'll admit my brain goes to mush when talking about things like car loans, depreciation, assets, and business deductions. I've been doing things the hard way for well over a decade, painstakingly keeping track of tool and equipment purchases, business mileage, and headache-inducing tax preparation medications.

 

Last year, I started doing things differently, using QuickBooks Self-Employed  to keep track of business expenses. Using the website and smartphone apps, I can quickly separate business expenses from personal expenses, even though I'm using the same bank accounts for both. I can then quickly categorize business expenses with just a click, tap, or swipe. During the tax year, I get automatic reminders to submit self-employment taxes, and at the end of the tax year, QuickBooks Self-Employed automatically integrates with TurboTax, making tax preparation a breeze.

 

Now, with QuickBooks Self-Employed, I can get back to doing my thing and loving it. Get back to your passion and leave tax preparation to the experts. If you want to give it a try and get 50% off your first year (about $5/mo), click on the images.

 

 

*50% off the monthly price for QuickBooks Self-Employed is for the first 12 months of service starting from date of enrollment for new paying subscribers only (trial subscriptions are not applicable), followed by the then-current fee for the service. Additional terms, conditions, pricing, features, service and support are subject to change without notice.

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