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PDX Web & Design Message Board › Freelancing in Portland

Freelancing in Portland

Matthew E.
West Linn, OR
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I'll add my voice to the idea that this is all situation-specific, and thus it's really worth talking with a professional about your needs. My CPA and attorney are advising me based on my particular goals and plans that I should file an S corp — not at all what I originally had in mind.

If you're not so sure about shelling out for an attorney, I'd recommend this recent post from Mike Monteiro of Mule (@Mike_FTW, the "Fuck you, pay me" guy): http://weblog.muledes...­

I feel set up for success with good risk management and low taxes thanks to these guys — advice worth paying for, because there's no other way I could have benefited from their experience and expertise.
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