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Kicktaxing: The Crazy Complexity of Paying Tax Correctly On Crowdfunding 128

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the irs-ruins-everything dept.
eggboard writes "I thought I knew what I was doing when I budgeted for a Kickstarter campaign. I spent weeks sorting out details, set a number ($48,000) that included expenses, Kickstarter fees, and a margin of error. In the end, we raised over $56,000. But my tax planning nearly put a crimp in cash flow, and could have been real problem. It all worked out, but I've written a detailed guide for people for before and after a campaign to avoid my mistakes."
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Kicktaxing: The Crazy Complexity of Paying Tax Correctly On Crowdfunding

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