Online Resource: Filing Taxes for Freelance Creatives

Thursday Feb 18th, 2021

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Online Resource: Get your 2021 tax questions answered!  

Are you a freelance Creative and have questions about filing your 2021 taxes? This PRO Network webinar led by David J. Herbe Jr., CPA, MAcc. is for you! This webinar took place Feb 9 at 6 PM on Zoom and Facebook live. Please enjoy the recording included in this blog.

 Here is a download of his presentation as a pdf.

David covered the topics below:

-How to properly file your income taxes when receiving Form 1099 as an independent contractor and sole proprietor.

-How to keep solid financials to make income tax filing as painless as possible

-What expenses qualify as deductions on your income tax return as a sole proprietor.

-How and when to make quarterly estimated tax payments to the IRS to avoid any penalty or interest.

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David J. Herbe Jr. grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania. After graduating from McDowell High School in 2008, Herbe went on to attend Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH. There, he obtained his undergrad degree in accounting. Herbe also obtained a Masters of Accountancy Degree, specializing in Taxation, from Bowling Green.

Upon graduation from BGSU, Herbe started his career in Columbus, Ohio, where he worked for seven years before returning home to Erie. He now works as a Tax Manager at Shaffner, Knight, Minnaugh & Company.


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