Peter Jason Rileyas book is the most authoritative and up-to-date guide to tax preparation for writers, actors, dancers, visual artists, musicians and other creative professionals. It includes information for 2011 tax forms along with a guide to completing them, useful for both individuals looking for information on preparing the forms, deductions and other tax issues. It also includes examples of 2011 final tax returns, as well as guides and links to where those tax forms can be found. Written with the non-accountant, creative individual in mind, this guide provides a clear outline of taxes, responsibilities, income, deductions, I.R.S. audit guidance, timelines and tax and accounting issues. It also serves as a primer to to Peter Jason Rileyas outstanding website, http://www.artstaxinfo.com, where in-depth tax information that goes beyond the scope of the book as well as updates that occur after publication can be found. Furthermore, the book covers good financial practices that the individual can refer to throughout the year to minimize taxes and the pain of filing them.of. Your. Home. Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service (99) a File only with Schedule C (Form 1040). Use a separate Form 8829 for each home you used for business during the year. a See separate instructions. OMB No. 1545- 0074 ... home from line 41 below . . . . . . . 29 30 Carryover of excess casualty losses and depreciation from 2010 Form 8829, line 43 30 31 Add lines 28 through 30.
|Title||:||New Tax Guide for Writers, Artists, Performers and other Creative People|
|Author||:||Peter Jason Riley|
|Publisher||:||Hackett Publishing - 2012-07-01|