Technically this isn’t a reblog, because WordPress and Blogger aren’t set up to reblog each other’s posts. So I’ll call it a shareblog.
In a post on Travels with Kaye, established–and very successful–writer Kaye George says the IRS hobby rule doesn’t have to apply to writers, “if you’re serious about your writing.” She explains the hows and whys and provides links to pertinent IRS publications. She’s not a tax preparer, but a veteran writer and taxpayer.
Kaye posted this in March. I’m late in sharing it, but perhaps information will be helpful in preparing for April 15, 2018.
Here are her first two paragraphs:
I learned of yet another writer whose tax preparer gave her wrong information! It’s a shame that ignorance of what taxes mean to writers is so widespread.
2 thoughts on “Reblog: Kaye George on Taxes for Writers 2017”
I read this on Kaye’s blog and tucked it away for future reference. Thanks for sharing it.
You’re welcome. It’s valuable information, isn’t it?
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