111 – Andrea Yahr on Tax Prep Tips and FAQs for 2023
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2022 has officially come to a close. With the turn of the calendar, many of us are closing the fiscal years for our businesses and wrapping up our bookkeeping for the year in anticipation of the tax season ahead.
I am a HUGE fan of a low-stress tax season and the way to accomplish that is to get started early and tackle one step at a time.
Which is why I invited back to the podcast, Andrea Yahr, a certified tax preparer, to get us going.
Andrea’s first appearance on the Music Studio Startup podcast was back in Episode 012 when she talked about Business Structures and Their Tax Implications.
Today Andrea is back to talk about some tax basics for self-employed teachers, how to get a smooth start to the filing season (even if you feel behind already), and we also talk about some short and long-term strategies to consider to lower your overall tax bill.
Course: Business Finance for Music Teachers
Music Studio Startup Episode 093 – Andrea Miller on Business Insights from Tax Returns
Music Studio Startup Episode 008 – Scott Stratton on Retirement Options for Self-Employed Musicians
Music Studio Startup Episode Episode 012 – Andrea Yahr on Business Structures and Their Tax Implications
Duet Partner with Andrea Miller: Strategies for Tax-Time Organization
Tax-related Blog Resources:
- Music Teacher Income + Tax Calculator
- Lowering Taxes with Business Expenses
- 3 Ways to Track Your Mileage for Tax Purposes
- 4 Music Teacher Tax Myths
- 7 Smart Ways to Use a Tax Refund
Connect with Andrea:
Facebook: Yahr Income Tax LLC
Instagram: Yahr Income Tax
Twitter: Yahr Income Tax