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Subject: self employed? Date: 7/15/2002 4:41 PM
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Hi,
The company I am currently working for does not deduct taxes of any kind from my paycheck, which is something I've never experienced before and am unsure what to do concerning paying state and federal taxes. I've been saving money out of every check so that I will have the money to pay, but I am not sure what my next step is, so I have these questions:

Do I need to pay taxes on a quarterly basis?

Can I pay at the end of the year?

What would be a good tax strategy(self-employed, 10-99, incorporated), and can I change strategies during the year? What are things to consider?

This is probably the single largest loose end in my personal finances, and something I'd really like to have resolved before the end of this month so that my tail is covered long before I see the light April 15, 2003.

Thanks to all!
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