Friday, December 2, 2011


To get your income taxes prepared the right way this year and to start managing your freelance career better and more lucratively in 2012, I am putting the pdf versions of my two most popular ebooks on sale for a limited time. This is a fantastic way to save money and to set your business on the right road. Order today and you can start building more freelance income and paying fewer taxes tomorrow! Don't leave it until the last minute. This special price will go away on January 31...

Tax Preparation & Planning for Freelance Writers

It's that time of the year again~ time to drag out all of the receipts, calculate mileage on your car, and find your utility bills. Freelance writers have many available deductions they can use on their taxes against their income. Find out what you need to know to pay the least amount of income tax. Even the book is deductible! 

  • over 75 pages of income tax information tailored to a freelance writer
  • details what can and cannot be claimed for home office, auto and other freelance expenses
  • puts an end to water cooler myths about what you can claim on your taxes
  • helps to reduce the chance that you will be audited by the IRS
  • helps you to reduce this year's tax bill and plan for next year's

Chapter Listing: 
  1. Setting Up an Income & Expense Tracking System
  2. Freelance Writing Revenue
  3. Home Office Expenses
  4. Automobile Expenses
  5. Direct Writing Expenses
  6. Can I Write That Off?
  7. Filling Out Schedule C
  8. Minimizing Your Tax Bill
  9. Tax Planning for Next Year

Regular price: $8.99
Sale price: $6.99

Managing a Freelance Writing Business: A Writer's Guide to Building a Strong Company

  • over 80 pages of great info for both new freelancers and veterans
  • helps you to analyze your clientele to make sure you're making top dollar from every word you write
  • delves into all the back office issues that confuse many freelance writers, including setting up an accounting system, quoting, job tracking, and insurance

Chapter Listing: 
  1. Introduction
  2. Should I Incorporate?
  3. Accounting for Freelance Writers
  4. Job & Query Tracking
  5. Profitable Job Quoting
  6. Insurance 101 for Freelancers
  7. Dealing with Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement
  8. Understanding Licensing Rights
  9. Selling Your Writing Multiple Times

Regular price: $8.99
Sale price: $6.99

SPECIAL JANUARY DEAL***Buy both ebooks together and pay only $12.99 for the pair.

Regular price: $17.98
Sale price: $12.99 (a 28% savings!)


Tony Payne said...

Sounds like this is well worth the money, especially if you can save far more in taxes than you paid for the information.

My situation is more complicated with being located in the UK but being a dual US/UK Citizen, but I still have deductions that ought to be applied.