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Tax Questions Pinoy Freelancers Ask

March 21, 2022
by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.
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"Lovely thing to learn from water, adjust yourself in every situation and in any shape. But most importantly, find your own way to flow." - Buddha

May point naman si Buddha di ba?

Minsan hirap tayo mag-adjust sa mga changes sa buhay natin.

Sometimes we’re in denial mode or we simply ignore the truth.

More often than not, we also tend to compare our lives with those of others.

Here’s the thing.

I believe that each individual has their own race to run.

Each of us has our own definition of success and happiness.

There is no need to match other people’s pace of progress and their benchmark for success.

Even if you think you’re stuck or gotten off track, you can always turn around and start anew.

Treat mistakes as opportunities for further learning and growth.

The setbacks and challenges can serve as your springboard for tomorrow’s victory.

Remember.

Respect your own progress.

Be patient and forgiving of your mistakes.

View life as a continuous learning experience.

Don’t be afraid to learn new things or to try out something new.

Anyway.

Get ready to gain insights on common tax issues that Pinoy freelancers often ask.

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by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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44 comments on “Tax Questions Pinoy Freelancers Ask”

  1. Hi, everyone! I'm a VA Bootcamp student. Just want to also share that it would be better if you will consult a TAX ATTORNEY. They are lawyers who have gone through law school, passed their state's bar exam and emphasized tax issues in their practice. Any information you provide to your tax attorney is protected by client-attorney privilege, meaning they cannot be forced to testify against you.

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