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WSJ Subscription Cost: Monthly Pricing + Best Deal! • 2022

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How much is a WSJ subscription? That depends on whether you want print delivery and which promotion you choose.

New customers can get a subscription to the Wall Street Journal for as little as $4 per month for up to 12 months with one of their weekly deals. However, after that promotional period ends you’ll be billed at the regular monthly rate. read more

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What Is Self Employment Tax? (It’s Different than Income Tax!)

What Is the Self Employment Tax? If you work on your own, you’re probably categorized as, “self-employed.” This applies to a myriad of people including contractors, entrepreneurs, consultants, Uber drivers, real estate agents, and small business owners.

Here’s a 1-minute video from TurboTax that explains self-employment tax well:

What Is Self Employment Tax?

Ok, got it? If not, here’s a recap:

If you are self-employed, taxes are not deducted from your paycheck. Instead, you make estimated payments quarterly during the year for your income taxes and self employment taxes. If you didn’t make estimated tax payments, (yikes!) you’ll pay these taxes all at once when you file your return.

TIP: Income tax and Self-Employment Tax are Different read more

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How to Setup Self-Employed Taxes in TurboTax

How to set up your self-employed business in TurboTax: in this video we’ll be showing you how to set up your self-employed business taxes in TurboTax.

Setting Up Your Self-Employed Business In TurboTax

Let’s talk about setting up your self-employed business in TurboTax. It’s important to note that none of these features are available in the Free Edition, so if you are self-employed, you’re going to have to pay for TurboTax Home& Business or Self Employed!  read more