Keepin’ Up with Case P — The Week That Was… March 11th – 17th, 2018

There’s no such thing as an overnight success.

Just looking at the week that passed, though I’m constantly updating y’all on my life, there’s sadly so much I can’t talk about. New opportunities. Projects in progress. A whole world of stuff on top of what I’m already putting out there that makes for a very promising 2018 ahead, but learning to be patient and put things out when the time is right is an ongoing lesson.

But all that? That’s future Casey’s problem. Current Casey has a week’s worth of stories to wade through, and he’s glad you’re here to read them!

So strap in, get comfy, and prepare yourself for some stories—it’s the week that was, and boy do I have seven days’ worth to tell you!

Business Taxes for the Masses — Avoid Getting Annoyed Thanks to TurboTax Self-Employed

I was thirteen years old when my Dad sat me down at the kitchen table and had me do my taxes for the very first time. My income was meagre—I’d spent one day sweltering as Sam the Bee for Streetsville’s Bread & Honey Festival in Mississauga—but my Dad had me study the tax booklet inside and out just as if I were doing it for a full-time job.

More than twenty years later, I’ve switched to digital systems that automate and optimise the things once done with multiple booklets and an accounting calculator, but that doesn’t necessarily make things simpler. In fact, now that I’ve built an entire second career from creating content for Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad, doing my taxes only grew more complicated, now requiring the expertise of additional people to do it all correctly.

But new times (and new tax laws) call for new solutions, and that’s precisely what TurboTax proposes with their brand-new offering, TurboTax Self-Employed, making tax filing simpler and more straightforward than possibly anything you’ve seen before!

Source: Bread & Honey Festival