YouTuber Vlogging thinking about taxes while filming

YouTube and Taxes: How to Conquer Tax Season Like a Pro!

Are you confused about how YouTube and taxes work?

Vlogging or video blogging has taken off more than the written blog today. Millions of vloggers or Youtubers make a living or at least supplement their income making videos.

Thinking outside the box is one of the best, and for some, the only way to make money during these trying times.

If this sounds like you – congratulations. You’ve found a way to make money and probably help others (videos are so helpful). But before you go spending that cold, hard cash, understand YouTube taxes and how to pay them.

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Injured Spouse Tax Relief IRS Form 8379 Couple with Back to Each Other

Everything You Need to Know about Injured Spouse Tax Relief (IRS Form 8379)

Are you having difficulty understanding the IRS Form 8379 when it comes to the Injured Spouse Tax Relief?

You’re probably facing this new challenge because of an unexpected problem…

Everything seemed to be going well with your tax preparation this year until you were unexpectedly told you would not be receiving your refund.

In fact, you would end up giving the entire refund to the IRS for a particular issue unknown to you.

Once you contacted the IRS you learn that your spouse owes money towards a delinquent student loan payment and now the money you were depending on has vanished…

…or so you thought.

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Etsy Taxes and Filing Tips

Your Ultimate Guide to Etsy Taxes and Tips for Shop Owners

Are you so confused with trying to understand taxes with your Etsy business?

If so, did you know that as an Etsy Shop Owner, you can write-off some of the common items you use to make your web empire awesome?

Thanks to the evolution and growth of technology, you are able to turn your passions into a revenue generating business.

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Family silhouette on yellow background wanting to file with IRS form 8822

IRS Form 8822: How to Change Your Address with the IRS the RIGHT WAY!

The IRS needs a current address to send you any refunds and correspondence. It can take up to 6 weeks to process a change of address. Most people use IRS Form 8822 to change their address, but there are a couple of other methods too.

If you move after you file your taxes, you’ll need to complete the IRS form. If you move before you file your taxes, your new tax returns will reflect the new address, but you must take other precautions too.

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