My only question is how these companies deal with taxes.
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Kristina Dalyai Lewis · LA II at Kanawha County Public Library
I'm pretty sure you are responsible for your own taxes as this is Freelance work.
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You just claim the money at the end of the year when you file your taxes....
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Work at Home Mom Revolution
Cortney, you file a Schedule C with your taxes at tax time. It's really simple because it's a service business, so no inventory. Takes about five minutes, tops. I know it scares some people to have to fill out a Schedule C. But I've done it for years with my transcription business, and it's really easy.
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Pat Treleven Clunk
Not much of this is true.In fact, very little of it is true. If it sounds too good to be true, it is NOT true. I was a transcriptionist for 15 years.Nth is mayhave been true 25 years ago, but not today. Go to a legitimate transcriptironist website - MT Stars - read.
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Jennifer Detlefsen · Hemet, California
What would a legitamite website be in your opinion?
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Dinah Davenport Luevano · UTSA - The University of Texas at San Antonio
This isn'ttalking about medical transcription. This IS true.
Like · Reply · 11 · May 14, 2015 8:45am
If you were a transcriptionist for 15 years, why can't you type correctly? You must not have been very good at your job.
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Rebecca Sovine · Marquette Senior High School, Marquette, Michigan
I have been a medical Transcriptionistfor about 8-10 years.
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Tara Sommese Hargrave · Sonoma State University
Did you take a class or classes for a certification or did you just keep trying...