I'm a freelancer and some freelancers outsource their work. I don't have an LLC. What's the best way for me to only pay taxes on money I keep and not pay taxes on the money I have to send the second freelancer who I outsource to? I do eventually plan on forming an LLC. What would be the best way to do it with and without an LLC?
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Your matter will require careful review and analysis of the facts for each tax year. An experienced tax professional should be able to handle this. Please contact me if I can be of any help to you or people you know now or in the future. Please note that a signed engagement letter is required under the MD ethics rules applicable to attorneys in order for this law office to provide professional tax/legal services to you. 30+ years of experience and further information about my law practice is at www.beatsonlaw.com
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