“Death, taxes, and childbirth! There’s never any convenient time for any of them.” – Margaret Mitchell, Gone with the Wind
If you have just recently transitioned from corporate employment to freelancing, you may be asking the following questions:
– How do I handle taxes?
– Is there a hassle-free way of doing it?
– What kind of taxes and how much does a freelancer usually pay?
If you’re scared that what Margaret Mitchell said was true, don’t worry, we’re here to help and make it a little more convenient for you.
This Monday, we are going to discuss “What Every Pinoy Freelancer Should Know About Taxes in 2020.”
This is important because:
1. It’s the right thing to do. Failure to pay your taxes can have some problematic consequences.
2. You are contributing to the economic growth of the country and helping the government operate.
3. Income tax returns are usually required when you are securing a loan or applying for a travel visa.
When you were still working as an employee, handling taxes was probably painless for you since your employer just deducts them automatically every payday. As a freelancer, you will have to deal with it differently this time.
It may look and feel inconvenient especially if you are doing it for the first time. But you don’t have to face it alone. In this LIVE event, we will do our best to clarify questions and share best practices so you can save time and energy and have more peace of mind.
Watch the replay here.