It’s fantastic! You’ve got a great job – or three great jobs. You’ve got flexibility, a solid hourly wage and the ability to work from home. The only downside is your employer does not take out taxes for you. You know you should be putting money aside for quarterly taxes, but when you get your paycheck, you think of the hundred things you need and another ten things that you’ve wanted for a while but haven’t been able to afford. You think “I’ll put money aside for next quarter,” but then it doesn’t happen and before you know it, you’ve got a $5,000-$10,000 tax bill at the end of the year and no money to pay it off. You’re also a little unclear on what business deductions you can take as a freelancer, so you end up taking fewer than you deserve and that tax bill gets even larger. I have extensive knowledge of business deductions and can explain how to go through your expenses to get every last one you deserve. I can help you calculate your quarterly estimated taxes and figure out a plan to make sure you’re putting the money aside. Then I’ll give you the support and the motivation to keep doing it year round. Yep, together we make the complete package and I’ll help you get it all done.