Tax Relief - For Freelancers It can be said that tax time is one of the toughest times of the year for people who freelance. The frequency of finding jobs may be irregular, though of course it depends on the type of freelance work you do. It is possible that some freelancers are flooded with work while others go without it! Individuals in the first category find it very difficult to spare time to think about their own taxes and the other has to spend much more time looking for a job. As a result, it is late by the time you decide how to go about paying your taxes and just want to get done with the whole process. You do not realize a very important point you have missed in the whole process....tax relief! In the rush of filing and getting it over with, you just overlooked the deductions available to a freelancer. If you want to avoid this and take full benefit of tax relief propositions, go over the checklist below. List all the things you use on a regular basis for your work, such as pens, computer, and all business-related items, many of them can get you tax relief. Try to remember some one-time or not so regular expenses for your business, such as a book, classes you signed up for, or some networking fee you paid for your business. These will add to your deductions. Transportation costs can be included. Many times you have to go out for business, which gets you tax relief. Last, but not least, are your personal expenses, such as health insurance, which are also deductible If you are prepared, it will take no time to file your return with all of the tax relief in place. Do you also want to learn about getting rid of your IRS and/or state tax problems? Visit us at our website for money saving Tax Debt Tips and Strategies. http://www.LimonWhitaker.com Over the past few years R. L. Daniel and partners have helped thousands of people with their IRS and state tax problems. We'll Handle The IRS For You If you have urgent questions or concerns about your tax debt, we are available to help you at 800.993.1249 Monday to Friday 6:00AM to 8:00PM Pacific Time.