How to pay income tax as an independent contractor in the USA.
Tips and suggestions on how to file taxes for Google Adsense and other independent contractor income.
You will most likely file as a sole proprietorship on Schedule C of your individual income tax return. You may wish to become a single member LLC and do a triple net lease back of your office, but that is a really long story.
The bad news about small independent contractors is they pay SE tax on their profits. This lightens their wallet about 15%.
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