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Indie Authors Facing the 2015 Tax Season

Indie Authors Facing the 2015 Tax Season

Posted by Ron CallariPosted on Fri, 19 Dec 2014in BookWorks

It isn’t taxing enough to expend all of your energies crafting your self-published tome, distributing it and then marketing it to the masses. In addition to all that painstaking labor, before you know it, the taxman cometh, and you’re faced with the federal government seeking a portion of your hard earned royalties. Death & Taxes As we all know, the only certain factors in life are death and taxes. However for indie authors, to that old platitude, we might add the caveat. . . the difference between the two is that death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets. This...