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If you haven't done your taxes yet, you should get going and keep these things in mind as the tax deadline quickly approaches.
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The first tax deadline of 2017 is rapidly approaching - January 17! Scared you, didn't I? Well, for independent contractors or self-employed folks that date is when the final payment of estimated taxes for 2016 is due. If you, like millions of other Americans, are making extra money (or trying to) doing side hustles, gigging, freelancing, consulting, or moonlighting, it is important to figure out how much you are making so you can pay your estimated taxes. It is important for two reasons: first - pay as you go is required under our system of taxation; second, if you underpay by too much, you can owe penalties and interest - and no one wants that. Here's what you need to do right now. Track Your Income and Expenses - During my career, I've met people that were shocked to receive a 1099-MISC. Somehow they forgot about assisting a photographer, painting a house, or writing an article they were paid for until they got that 1099. Though any time you make more than $600 from one client they are required to issue a 1099-MISC to you and send a copy to the IRS, some businesses issue them regardless of the amount paid and some that should have issued one - don't. Keep in mind, whether you received a 1099 or not, you are responsible for reporting all the income and expenses from your business. If you made money it is generally taxable whether you get a 1099-MISC or not. Maybe you moved, maybe it got lost in mail, maybe the company just decided NOT to send you one - but DID send it to IRS. In any case, keeping track of (and reporting) your earnings is the rule and just smart business. Tracking your expenses is as critical as tracking your income when it comes to self-employment - those expenses can add up to a lot of deductions when used appropriately. Don't wait until the end of the year to review your income and expenses or you may find that you didn't pay enough or paid too much in estimated taxes. Pay Estimated Taxes - Ideally, you paid taxes as you made money throughout the year - at least enough to cover your liability. If you didn't make your estimated payments - on time or at all - then try and figure out what you owe and pay extra with your 2016 Estimated Tax 1040-ES 'Payment Voucher 4.' That's the one I mentioned earlier as due January 17. Hurry up, because the IRS could charge you a penalty for no or late payments - even if you are due a refund. There are many tax details to contend with when you are self-employed and determining and making estimated tax payments can be complicated. Find a good Tax Pro to help you determine the right amount of estimated payments and ensure that your taxes are done right. You will save yourself time, stress, and maybe even money. If you've got it all figured out and you know what your final 1040-ES payment for 2016 should be, use IRS Direct Pay to make your payment quickly, safely, and securely. Though the 2017 income tax filing season doesn't open until January 23, there is no reason not to get a jump-start on your tax return. You might find that you are missing a form, support for a deduction, or you might just need extra time to really dig into your tax situation. In any case, start as early as you can, as that is just smart business too. It is your money, a bit of extra effort at tax time means you get to keep more of your money. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Tax time will be up on really soon, and the IRS has decided to streamline a few things that you need to know about as a small business owner. This is a public service post to keep you from scrambling with your tax paperwork in 2017. The government has moved up some filing deadlines that you need to know about if you have payroll employees or contractors. The law requires you to file either a W-2 form (for full-time employees) or a 1099-MISC form (for contractors). Not filing these critical documents can cause a serious issue, so please take note of the information below. The Deal on W-2 filings In the past, you were required to send employees a copy of their W-2s by January 31, but you had until February 28 to send copies to the Social Security Administration. Now you've got one deadline for both: January 31. That means that you need to scramble to ensure that all your employee payroll and tax information is accurate, then send them both off in the coming weeks. What About 1099-MISC Forms? If you don't have employees and instead work with contractors that you have paid more than $600 to this year, you will need to file a 1099-MISC form for each one. You don't pay payroll taxes on what your contractors earn, because they are responsible for paying them on their personal taxes. But you do need to file the 1099-MISC form, and in 2017, it's the same deal as with the W-2s: everything is due by January 31. That means not only do you need to send the 1099-MISC form to your contractors, but you also need to submit it to the IRS by then. Why All The Changes? The IRS has not historically been known for expediency, but this tiny change might move it in the right direction. Through the Consolidated Appropriations Act passed by Congress last year, the IRS has been approved to have one day for all parties (IRS, Social Security, and your employees or contractors) to receive these forms. That means the IRS has serious potential to reduce the number of "suspicious" returns, which, of course, take them time to process. When a taxpayer files a return and that W-2 is already in the system, the IRS can quickly verify the information on the tax return against that form and process it faster. So in an ideal world, that would mean fewer audits for taxpayers like you and me! How to Get Those Forms Ready The easiest way to prepare W-2 or 1099-MISC forms is to use a payroll service provider like ADP. Many of these companies will automatically generate these reports using the data you've submitted for payroll. They'll even mail or email them to your employees as well as the appropriate federal offices. Be aware that your service provider may charge an extra fee for this. (It all depends on the number of employees or contractors you have). Alternately, you can go through an online filing service like 1099 Online. For a small fee per 1099-MISC, they'll file the forms on your behalf to all parties. Typically, the more forms you need to file, the less you'll pay. So prices range from about $.55 each to $3.49 each. You'll need to know how much you paid contractors, as well as their social security numbers or tax ID numbers. You can file your employee W-2s online directly with the Social Security Administration. All you need is an account and your employee's information. And the IRS has a system for you to file your 1099-MISC, though it's a little less user-friendly than some of the other options. You may need to wait to receive a password in the mail, so you'll need plenty of time if you choose this option. And if you prefer to go old school, you can always print the forms from the IRS and SSA and mail them in! However, if you file your forms, make sure you put a reminder on your calendar on January 1 so you have plenty of time to do so. Reduce Your Tax Time Stress There's no benefit in waiting until the last minute to prepare your W-2 and 1099-MISC forms, so do what you can now to prep for 2017. Make sure that you accountant or bookkeeper is on top of it. Or if you are a DIY with your accounting, make sure you've logged all expenses you've accrued with contractors, and if you don't have their contact information and social security or tax ID numbers, now is the time to gather that information. Having an updated W-9 on file is the best way to ensure you have this, so plan to require a new one from each contractor come January. As a general rule, you should have everyone who works with you update their employment paperwork before the year's end so that you're ready to roll in January. The new IRS rules shouldn't be too stressful if you manage your accounting paperwork monthly, get up to date W9's, plan ahead and take note of the new filing dates on your calendar! This blog was originally published as IRS Tax Alert: The Deadline for W-2s and 1099s Has Moved Up on www.succeedasyourownboss.com -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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