Being your own boss isn't easy, especially when it comes to taxes.

Virtual bookkeeping, taxes & advisory for contractors, consultants, 1099ers, side hustlers and the self-employed.

Freelancer? Independent contractor? Just a side gig?

You are considered self-employed if you work as an independent contractor, are the sole proprietor of a business, practice a trade as your business or received a 1099-NEC,1099-MISC or 1099-K.

Self-employed taxpayers file differently.

We help you sort it all out and uncover each tax advantage you deserve to improve your tax outcome and financial wellness.

Bookkeeping, Taxes & Advisory.

Pay annually and save 10%


Independent Contractors


Perfect for side gigs.

  • Paperless Bookkeeping (Bank Feed Sync)
  • Personal Tax Return (Form 1040)
  • Self-Employed Tax Return (Schedule C)
  • Hurdlr Pro ($16/mo value)
  • Unlimited Expert Advisory


Business Owners


Perfect for growing businesses.

  • Paperless Bookkeeping (Bank Feed Sync)
  • Personal Tax Return (Form 1040)
  • Business Tax Return (Forms 1120S or 1065)
  • Gusto Payroll ($45/mo value)
  • Hurdlr Pro ($16/mo value)
  • Unlimited Expert Advisory

Tax Preparation Only.


$199plus $49/State

Filers with dependents, college expenses or retirement income.

  • W-2 Income
  • Unemployment income
  • Retirement income
  • Child Tax Credits
  • Education Credits
  • Earned Income Credits
  • Stimulus Credit


$299plus $49/State

Homeowners, investments, sale of home and rental property.

  • Everything in Standard, plus:
  • Itemized deductions
  • Child & dependents care
  • Student loan interest
  • Mortgage interest, real estate taxes
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Stock, gains and losses
  • Rental property income
  • Royalty & Schedule K-1 income
  • Crypto transactions
  • Foreign bank & financial accounts


$399plus $49/State

Self-employed freelancers, contractors and small business owners.

  • Everything in Deluxe, plus:
  • Freelance income, including 1099-NEC
  • Business & farm income
  • Personalized business deductions

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