Tax Planning for Working at Home

Self-employment taxes run high, but there are also many options for deductions.

Many people who leave jobs in mid-career choose to fly solo and start their own businesses, working out of their homes. Once you switch from life as an employee to being an independent contractor, your tax situation changes, too. Here are several things to keep in mind to keep your tax house in order:

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