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About the author:
Tax Domme, Lori St. Kitts is a seasoned tax professional that has worked with a large variety of domestic and international businesses. She is also a former sex worker and active advocate of the Adult Industry who believes that the tax law is for everyone. To this end her main purpose is to keep the taxpayer in compliance with the law, but to use the law to the their advantage. She lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband and two teen boys. Among her many interests she enjoys travel, anthropology, writing, cooking, bellydancing and living life to its fullest.
The Tax Domme's Guide for Sex Workers and All Other Business People
Mistress Lori A. St. Kitts
Essential tax information for the small business owner in every industry that will bring their tax liability to its knees.
Written in language that everyone can understand, this well-rounded guide offers essential business basics and tax information that all small business owners need to know to set up, maintain and grow a successful business.
Some of the hot topics discussed are:
- Office & file organization
- Record, file and tax return recovery
- W-2, 1099-Misc and the new 1099-K
- Business expenses
- Incorporation, Partnership and LLC basics
- Health and retirement benefits for the self-employed
- Talking to the IRS and responding to notices
- What to expect in an audit
In an honest and frank discussion about sex work, business and taxes, Tax Domme also addresses those issues specific to people working in the Adult Industry such as:
- How any type of sex worker can prepare and file their tax return legally
- Handling income from various sex work properly
- Deductions specific to the different types of sex work demystified
This guide was inspired by questions from business owners, client tax issues encountered and discussions with colleagues and the IRS.
- Publication Date:
- 1439251061 / 9781439251065
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Taxation / Small Business