The Importance of Planning to File Taxes for Side Income

Earning extra money can be great. If you are an independent contractor, freelancer, or work various different side jobs throughout the year, you’ll need to file taxes on the income you earn as long as you earn more than $600 annually. If you are getting paid via cash, you’ll need to track the income you are earning and your expenses, but if you are being paid via check and taxes aren’t being...

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Top 10 Side Jobs – #8: Sports Referee

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Welcome to a new ten part series at the Outlier Model on the Top 10 Side Jobs available to the average person.  Please check out our intro post and tune in every Wednesday as we count down to #1! Coming in at #8 on our list of Top 10 Side Jobs – sports referee!  Now, I’m not suggesting that you go out and become the next head ref wearing the steps out on the ice of an NHL game. ...

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Top 10 Side Jobs – #9: Special Events Customer Service

Special Events Customer Service, usher, sports events
Welcome to a new ten part series at the Outlier Model on the Top 10 Side Jobs available to the average person.  Please check out our intro post and tune in every Wednesday as we count down to #1! Next at #9 on our list of Top 10 Side Jobs is special events customer service.  Think about all the sporting events, concerts and festivals that happen in your city.  People are needed to take tickets,...

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