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How to Apply for a Washington Business License

If your company does business in Washington, then you likely need a Washington business license. Luckily, applying for a new business license in Washington is fairly easy. This blog post explains how to get one. Step 1: Make sure you have a SecureAccess Washington account One of your first steps as a new business owner […]

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Peer-to-Peer Lending and a Savvy Investment Portfolio

Peer-to-peer lending is just one piece of the greater sharing economy that has boomed in the past ten to fifteen years. In a nutshell, it allows regular non-institutional investors with just a few hundred dollars to fund loans for borrowers. It cuts out the bank or large credit institutions in the process, allowing borrowers to […]

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How To Determine Your Ideal Remote Job

Not all remote jobs are created equal.  Once you decide to work from home, it’s time to get down to business and figure out which remote job is right for you.  Remember, working remotely is not a job in and of itself. Remote work is simply a perk of a particular job, just like health […]

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Publication 535 Fleshes Out Additional Section 199A Details

A draft version of some of the pages in IRS Publication 535 appeared a few days ago. (See here.) And conveniently the pages provide additional details concerning the Section 199A deduction. Some of these details will surprise tax accountants, surely. Others may only exasperate. And one interesting idea to ponder if you’ve followed closely the […]

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Section 199A Qualified Business Income Deduction Danger Zones

Some bad news, I’m afraid.  The new Section 199A qualified business income deduction creates a number of danger zones for taxpayers and their tax accountants. That maybe sounds surprising. The deduction at first blush seems straightforward. Taxpayers simply add a tax deduction to their return equal to 20% of their “qualified business income,” right? Oh […]

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The Behind The Scenes Of How I Landed 5 Great Remote Jobs In 5 Years

If you want to work from home but are having a hard time actually finding a remote job, don’t worry. You’re not alone.  In fact, one of the biggest complaints I get from readers here at Work From Home Happiness is:  “I try like crazy to get a work from home job, but can’t get […]

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Section 951A GILTI Tax Avoidance: Ten Tricks

For some small businesses and individuals, the new Section 951A GILTI tax creates a huge planning challenge and compliance burden. And what’s worse? Many of these folks don’t even know yet that they have to deal with a new tax. No kidding, this could get ugly. Fast. Section 951A GILTI Tax in a Nutshell The […]

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How Not To Get Stuck In A Work From Home Job You Hate

All too often, I receive emails very plainly asking: “How can I work from home?”  It’s a fair question, yes. But, my first response to these vague emailers is: “What kind of work are you looking for?”  And, 9 times out of 10, I get the same one-word response: “Anything.”  Hmm.  That’s when I strongly […]

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Real Estate Broker Section 199A Deduction

If you’re a real estate agent or broker, you may wonder whether the new Section 199A deduction works for you. And the short answer: Probably you get the deduction. But the real estate broker Section 199A deduction is complicated. And not every agent or broker in the end saves tax. Furthermore, some especially successful agents […]

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Is Remote Work A Good Fit For You? Here’s How To Tell.

Ready to work from home? Good decision. Once you break out of the confines of your cubicle, you’ll enjoy time and money saved when you don’t have to commute every day. Plus, there’s the happiness factor that comes with remote work. I don’t know about you, but I know I could always use an extra […]

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