Over the weekend I was able to file my taxes at last. I know I am cutting it close! Have you filed your 2018 taxes yet?
I’m turning 26 this month and this was only my fourth time filing. I didn’t work through college so I had nothing to report until I started my photography business. Even though I’ve done it a few times, I feel like I’m still learning how to report my self-employment income.
Everyone struggles with taxes. But chronic illness and atypical employment can make it especially challenging. Does your disease complicate this process for you?
My income was high enough last year to require that I stop receiving supplemental income from social security, but low enough to remain on Medicaid. That means I still have a $2,000 asset cap. Makes it pretty hard to plan for $1,200 in taxes! Yikes.
Is this a source of stress for you, too? I’d love to hear about your experience.
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