Paying taxes as an independent tutor

Tutors who are working independently have be aware and plan ahead for paying taxes. Unlike someone who is getting a paycheck with taxes taken out each week, they are getting paid by their clients. This toolset will help tutors understand what they have to do so they are not bombarded with payments during tax season.

  1. Self-Employment Tax (Social Security and Medicare Taxes)

    Being self-employed there will be special tax forms you must fill out when completing your federal taxes. You must pay self-employment ta...

  2. Form 1040

    If you have to pay the self-employment tax, this would be the form you would fill out. Obviously, this is from last year but it will give...

  3. Estimated Taxes

    Estimated tax is the method used to pay tax on income that is not subject to withholding. This includes income from self-employment, inte...

  4. Tax-Filing Information for Tutoring

    Whether you're a teacher who helps students brush up on their basics on the weekends, a college student who earns extra cash by lending y...

  5. Facts & Figures 2013: How Does Your State Compare?

    This is a site where you can see the tax rate for your state. Since each state is different, you will have to check out your state's poli...

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