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Thursday, September 23, 2010

ATA Online Learning: American Translators Association Webinars

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ATA Webinar Series

Tax Tips for Translators

Presenter: John Matthews
Date:  December 8, 2010
Time: 12 noon Eastern Time
Duration: 60 minutes
CE Point(s):  1
Mary Q. is a fictitious self-employed translator facing many of the issues encountered in a freelance translation business. In this webinar, we will take a look at Mary’s business and taxes. We will examine her translation business, income, and expenses.  Finally, we will prepare a sample tax return for her.
This webinar will cover:
  • What is considered income? 
  • What expenses are deductible? 
  • How do you reduce taxes and maximize income? 
  • How do you stay out of hot water with the IRS, state department of revenue, and city finance office?
About the Presenter
John Matthews is a self-employed freelance translator. He holds an MBA degree and worked for several years preparing income tax returns for clients at H&R Block.  John currently serves as the treasurer for the Mid-America Chapter of ATA (MICATA).
Register Online: ATA Member $35 | Non-Member $50

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