Self–Employed Workers Tax Report 2018
36 percent of self-employed workers admit they don’t pay taxes — and more key findings
If you’ve been in the accounting profession for some time, it may not come as a major surprise to learn self–employed workers struggle with taxes. Going it alone is never easy, and without the proper guidance of a skilled professional, it can be downright daunting. What you might be surprised to know, though, is many self–employed workers say they don’t pay taxes at all.
The number of self-employed workers is growing, and we’ve discovered many opportunities for accounting professionals to assist the needs of the market. To help accountants get a better idea of how best to serve the self–employed sector of the workforce, we broke down the results of a survey conducted by QuickBooks Self–Employed.