my husband quit his job and works for cash and I have been making photo copies of the checks but that's about it...should I take out a certain percentage of each check and stick into a special account? at the end of the year I want to break even and not owe anything.
I am also aware of everything that is a tax write off so I save everything pertaining to that as well.
Will he be receiving a 1099 at the end of the year? I would just put a certain amount back (preferably in a savings account). Continue to make photocopies of the checks and file them along with the receipts for the tax write off. If possible, I would also make a duplicate copy to store on your home computer as well.
Answer by JeremysMom at 10:58 PM on Jun. 13, 2011
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Answer by LoveMyDog at 8:32 AM on Jun. 14, 2011
You need to pay estimated taxes throughout the year. If you don't, you'll be penalized! Here's the IRS article on it. I think that you need to make payments 4 times per year.
Answer by evwsquared at 4:45 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
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