Let’s Talk About Budgeting, Pricing and Taxes as a “Solopreneur” | with bSolo

This post is sponsored by bSolo. There are so many great perks and blessings that come with being self-employed, including having a flexible schedule and the ability to work wherever you want. However, this also adds a bit more complexity when it comes to finances, taxes and figuring practically everything out on our own.

The territory of finances when it comes to freelancing, including filing taxes and how to price yourself and your work can feel very daunting. Maybe this is the first year you’ve picked up a few freelance jobs on the side of your regular 9-5, or maybe this was the year you finally did a paid, sponsored post on social media. Maybe it’s time you decide to register your photography hobby into a business and start making some money on the side for school. Whatever it may be, you might be asking now what? How do you pay your self-employment tax? How do you file for quarterly taxes? Where can I get some guidance?

Today, I get the opportunity to introduce you to your new best friend...bSolo, to help answer some of these daunting questions.

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MEET YOUR NEW BFF

Today, I get the opportunity to introduce you to your new best friend...bSolo, to help answer some of these daunting questions.

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bSolo is an online community for self-employed individuals full of FREE online tools and resources for flying solo. You don’t even need to sign up for an account to access these tools! They break everything down in practical, road-tested e-books, blog posts, templates, and downloads in a way that is easy to digest and super streamlined.

I’d recommend signing up for their newsletter, and checking out my two favorite resources  - ”The Beginner’s Self-Employment Tax Guide” and the ”Freelancer Starter Kit.”

I wish bSolo was around when I was first starting out, it would have saved me a lot of time, money and headache!

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