Tara Siegel Bernard

Freelancers and independent contractors have more issues during tax season than traditional employees. Freelancers must track their income, document expenses and pay their estimated tax bill — and most filers need to sort it out by April 15. (Nicolas Ortega/The New York Times)   — FOR USE ONLY WITH NYT STORY SLUGGED TAXES GIG WORKERS ADV08 BY TARA SIEGEL BERNARD FOR MARCH 8, 2020 — ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. — XNYT91 XNYT91

A gig worker’s guide to filing taxes

Freelancers and independent contractors have more issues during tax season than traditional employees. Here’s some advice on how to make it more manageable, from veteran...