As a responsible citizen, it’s your duty to pay your taxes. However, the taxes you pay are not usually fixed, depending on how much you make. Rather, your taxes will always be obtained from your “taxable income,” which can be reduced in one way or another and thereby lowering your tax bill quite significantly. Here are a few ways to lower your tax bill. [Read more…]
As a professional blogger, you have two main alleyways to explore when it comes to career advancement: freelance blogging, and entrepreneurial blogging. You may choose to be a remote worker for a number of high-paying clients scattered around the world, or you might choose to launch your own blog site and write for global audiences.[Read more…]
I used to work a traditional 9-to-5 office job, and it has its good and bad sides. On one side, I experienced job security, work benefits, scheduled time off, and a level of comfort that my freelance career doesn’t allow for. On the other side, that job security made for a pretty boring life, and it grew old fast. That’s why I began focusing more of my attention and time toward freelance projects, until I successfully launched my blogging and writing career. [Read more…]
As a blogger, one of the last things you want to think about is your taxes. Unfortunately, the IRS doesn’t care if you’re a blogger or the CEO of a Fortune 500 company. If you earn revenue in any form or fashion, then you have to report it to the IRS and pay taxes. [Read more…]
It is official – virtual currencies today are as big as ever. Do yourself a favor and check an online currency converter to find out how much 1 bitcoin (BTC) is now worth in dollars. Convinced yet?
Bitcoins are probably the most popular virtual currency on the internet today. It can be used to make online payments, buy physical products, or even withdraw cash from a bitcoin ATM. You may also be interested in mining for bitcoins, blogging about them, or simply investing in virtual currencies to leverage the increasing price of bitcoins. [Read more…]