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Anne Sasso is an accomplished freelance writer, equally at home on the pages of the nation’s leading outdoor and science magazines as in the boardrooms of her corporate clients. Her work has appeared in Outside, Discover, Men’s Journal and Backpacker among others and online at Smithsonian.com and AAAS’ ScienceCareers.org. She now writes almost exclusively for corporate clients. Anne worked in the heli-ski industry in western Canada, did a short stint as a commercial photographer’s assistant in Singapore and scrutinized rocks as an exploration geologist (she has a Ph.D. in geology) from the Arctic to the Andes before trading in her rock hammer for a pen in 2001. In 2007, she was a fellow in the Literary Journalism program at The Banff Center in Alberta. She now lives on the western slopes of the Green Mountains in Vermont. Anne is the Business Manager for The Science Writers' Handbook.

2 responses to “Taming freelance taxes”

  1. Cameron Walker

    Thanks, Anne! This post made me feel better about sending my CPA all of my spreadsheets. I had this idea that everyone else sent in their shoeboxes full of receipts and I was being too anal.

  2. Anne Sasso

    Thanks, Cameron! I can’t even imagine what my accountant would charge to go through all my receipts. And how could he possibly make sense of them? I don’t even send him my spreadsheets. I send in highly organized/edited versions of my spreadsheet!

    So, yeah, not anal, pretty normal.

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