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How often do you pay taxes?

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08-26-2008, 05:32 AM
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Quarterly, just higher a CPA to do the paper work

08-27-2008, 11:06 AM
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We're starting up a web design and development company, we'll be paying tax on a monthly basis I think.

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I pay taxes once per year.

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i pay it annually

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  Old  Re: How often do you pay taxes?

I avoid that entire hassle altogether, because I work with an employer of record. I still have all the advantages of running my own business, but also get to take advantage of other benefits that I might get working for an employer, like group health, etc. It's great because I get one W-2 regardless of how many clients I've worked for, and my taxes are already taken out before I get my money, just like working for a company. My understanding is that if you are going to owe more than $1000, you must file quarterly. For me, I find that to be too much administrative hassle, so the employer of record option works great in my case.

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