Dec 29, 2011

End of Year Tax Deductions for Writers and Freelancers

If you freelance as a writer or otherwise, there are plenty of tax deductions you can take advantage of.  If you had planned on investing in your business, now is the time to do it so that you can take those deductions when filing your income tax for 2011.

Angie Mohr is a financial professional who has written several books and published countless articles on personal finance.  Her book, Tax Preparation & Planning for Freelance Writers, is a must-have for anyone with a home business.  The title mentions freelance writers, but the information contained therein is valuable to anyone who works from home.

Angie is offering the book at a discount until December 31, so don't put it off another day.  The money saved by applying the information will cover the cost of the book many times over, and it's deductible as a business expense.  I used this book as a guide when preparing my own taxes and highly recommend it.


  1. Excellent and worthy post MA. Angie's book is something I need myself.

  2. Sounds like a good investment. I forgot to include any deductions last year, but then my earnings weren't that high, only Adsense went over $600. 2011 was higher though so I need to make sure I include things.