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Lastly, never reduce your rates for a client without removing something from the scope.


I've been looking at freelance guides and potential courses to get deeper into freelancing and most, if not all, guides/courses always avoid talking about taxes and etc.

Literally talking to a CPA is probably the best advice I've heard so far.



100%! A good CPA is worth there weight in gold. I can not remember an article that talks about taxes. When I did 1099 contract work I put away 33% of every payment for taxes. It was probably overkill but I never had to worry about under payment at the end of the quarter / year.

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