Career

8 months ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Evan Sachs

Why do many employers look at job candidates' credit score/history? How does a person's credit score or history affect his or her ability to do a job (or how is it perceived to do so)?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Jack Schmieg

If I live in Pennsylvania, but get a performance job in another state. Will I pay the taxes of the state I was in for that job, or for where I live?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Jack Schmieg

As someone who will be partly self employed would it be helpful to separate all of those expenses from my regular job for taxes?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Jevon

If I live in the US, but work internationally - either temporary work abroad, or work for an internationally based firm online - to whom do I pay my taxes?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Shreya Sachdev

Is it better to get a job with a $50,000 salary with no benefits, or $30,000 with benefits?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Andrew Hancock

How many people within the US work on minimum wage?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Andrew Hancock

How can I live off of creating music if I do not want to charge for the music itself?

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2 years ago
27
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Shreya Sachdev

Can anyone go more in depth about tax breaks for freelancing musicians? I've heard that they get tax breaks for traveling or equipment needed for teaching lessons, but what about things such as individual instrument care/repairs?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Griffin Jennings

For any musicians who have toured: is it realistic to believe that you will make enough money to sustain yourself on a tour, or should you go in with a lot of money saved up already?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Cole Lumpkin

For musicians: does it make sense to invest money from live performances back into the same preparation for future performances in one grand cyclic gesture? If performing is a freelance source of income, and there is a primary income elsewhere, does it make sense to draw money for savings from this secondary income, if it basically requires marginal cost to equal marginal income?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: madeline.peltz

If I have multiple jobs right after I graduate, do I still just fill out one W-2 form?

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2 years ago
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Evan Sachs
Asked by: Nile Godfrey

As a millenial, I have the goal of one day paying myself a salary. But to do so I must know what that truly means. What is the difference between entrepreneurship and self-employment? Assuming that they are different.

2 answers
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