The potential tax revenue from legal marijuana in California will dwarf both Colorado & Washington. We calculated the things CA could do for teachers, the homeless, & healthcare with the new revenue
Understand the difference between 1099 and W-2 income and how to use them to your advantage. Most broke-asses work multiple jobs. For some you may be classified as an employee (W-2) and others as an independent contractor or self-employed (1099). Always ask when you start a new job!
Guest post by John Gillingham, a San Francisco CPA specializing in small business taxes at Gillingham CPA and makes apps to teach accounting and taxes. Taxes suck. So you are driving around a pink mustached Lyft in order to follow your creative, but less profitable pursuits. Maybe you illegally rent
Getting Out of a Broke State of Mind “More money, more problems.” That’s only what rich people say. Broke people have “broke-people problems.” These are much harder to climb out of. I didn’t realize it at the time, but money scared and overwhelmed me for years. Watching my parents struggle,
The first time I felt like a New Yorker was subtle but significant. It happened when I went out to buy ice cream and refused, for the first time, to walk the extra two blocks to the next bodega, where the ice cream was cheaper by a dollar. Finally lulled
This Thursday Taxes will be playing along with The Phenomenauts and The New Up at the Rickshaw Stop. Considering that Taxes was recent named Band of the Month and nominated as SF’s Best Emerging Band, this is some pretty exciting stuff. While tickets to the show are $12, I’ve got
Waaaay back in April I told you about a Michigan-based band called Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. and I had a dream. My dream was selfish, but heartfelt: That Jr. Jr., whose demos had been on constant repeat on my iPod since I got my grabby grabby little hands on them,