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    I recently moved from corporate employment to status as a solo independent contractor.

    It should be relatively simple (low expenses, moderate tax exposure), but I still would like some basic guidance on how to avoid under or over paying on taxes.

    Any referrals to a good, reasonably-priced tax adviser for someone in my situation would be appreciated.

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    Try Mary Gleason, Gleason & Associates – 206.937.5323. She’s a local West Seattle business. I’ve worked with her for several years with my business and personal taxes and have been very satisfied.



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    It sounds like you would basically be filing a Schedule C for self employment income with your 1040, any tax professional should be capable of advising you in planning for 2013 when you go to file your 2012 taxes. I prefer H & R Block, either in person or on-line.

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