Everything influencers and content creators need to know about taxes, tax returns, tax payments, accounting, and finance for their business.
If you're an influencer or content creator, understanding tax write offs can be a game-changer when it comes to maximizing your earnings.
Now that your brand is booming, it's time to maximize your tax savings by becoming an S Corp. We'll go through everything you need to know about S Corps and how they can help you save on taxes.
Our guide to influencer and content creator taxes covers everything you need to know to master your taxes this year. From write offs to deadlines, we got you covered.
Keeping track of your financials and doing your taxes can be a scary, but not if you stay organized. Learn easy ways to track your income and expenses with our free tools.
The short answer is yes, influencers need an LLC. Even if you are making a few thousand dollars, you should form an LLC to protect you and add legitimacy to your brand.
The less enjoyable side of being an influencer is filing taxes. But it doesn’t have to mean paying the IRS hand over fist. Understanding the available tax deductions can help you save big when tax time rolls around.
Influencers can earn hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. It can be an incredibly lucrative profession! But like all businesses, the IRS requires a percentage of that income. But that doesn't mean you should pay more than is required.
You’ve built a thriving brand as an influencer. But now it’s time to master the essentials of bookkeeping. We’ll explore everything you need to know, including why it’s essential to stay on top of bookkeeping from the very beginning.
You’ve built a thriving business as a social media influencer, but how do you keep more of your money and give less to the IRS? As an influencer, you can maximize your savings by mastering tax write-offs.
Claiming every tax deduction available to you is important. It’s the only way to keep more of your income as an influencer and build a strong, stable financial base. However, accuracy is important, or you could raise red flags with the IRS.
A career as an influencer did not exist a few years ago, but today it constitutes a very lucrative career path. Because the space is new, there are a lot of myths that need debunking so you can confidently navigate your taxes.
Influencer finances and taxes are particularly complicated. It’s essential to choose an accountant who understands the industry and your needs.
The role of content creator is relatively new, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t pay well. Content creators can ink lucrative deals with partners, build thriving brands, and enjoy rewarding careers.
All business owners must file taxes, that includes content creators. However, there’s no reason for you to part with more than you need to! You can use tax write-offs to reduce your tax bill and your taxable income.
We know, taxes are not the most exciting thing to talk about. Unfortunately, as a business owner, you need to know this one. We created this article to help you understand the ends and outs of the dreaded Self Employment Tax.
Saving money on taxes is important for everyone, and no less so for influencers like you. One thing you might be wondering is: Can clothing be considered a legitimate tax deduction?
As an influencer or content creator, your time is limited. The right accounting software can transform your workday and empower better financial management.
Many bloggers and influencers assume that if they’re doing something for work, they can write it off on their taxes. The truth is a bit murkier than that.
As an influencer, you’re uniquely positioned to enjoy a rewarding career and considerable earnings. However, you must go beyond the finance basics to create a sustainable career and maximize your financial health.
Accounting might not be particularly exciting, but it’s an essential part of running a successful business and of your journey as a content creator.
As an influencer, you will likely receive gifts from different brands. So, do influencers pay taxes on gifts? Most likely not, here's why.
Influencers and creators need to file quarterly tax payments in addition to their annual tax return by April. Learn how to easily file each of these.