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Employment and Taxes

Whether it's at home or in the workplace, taxes can be a confusing topic. On the job, taxes may seem at first glance to be fairly straightforward, as income tax is often automatically deducted from the paycheck. But taxes at work can be a minefield for some types of employees, including those who are self-employed. It can be difficult to know the difference between a business expense or a normal expense, and whether to estimate taxes or not. Below you can find information on payroll taxes, including classifications and withholding, as well as information on how self-employed individuals go about handling their taxes.

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