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Tag Archive for Gig economy

Caring about “Sharing”: Why The IRS Should Do More for Participants in the Gig Economy

In this blog post, I will discuss how the IRS has been dealing with a growing sector of our economy called the “sharing” economy (also known as the gig economy). Proponents of the sharing economy believe it promotes marketplace efficiency by enabling individuals to generate revenue from assets while the assets are not being used personally. For example, a vacation home owner may rent out her home while she is not using it. Airbnb (short-term home rentals) and Uber (shared car services) are two of the more prominent companies that facilitate a sharing economy.

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Taxation of Gig/Sharing Economy – Today July 19 – Live Stream

I will be speaking, July 19 in Claremont, CA at the Double Tree Hotel at the Inland Empire Chapter of the California Society of Tax Consultants. The topic is “Taxation of the Gig / Sharing Economy”.

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Taxation of Gig/Sharing Economy – Today, June 6 – Live Stream

Will Rogers

I will be speaking, June 6 in Las Vegas at the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino at the California Society of Tax Consultant’s Annual Summer Symposium. The topic is “Taxation of the Gig / Sharing Economy”.

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Running A Gig Or Two? What You Need to Know!

Manasa Nadig

A Gig, I thought, always had a kind of 1950’s/ 1960’s hipster vibe. This was something you did on the side while waiting for real life to catch up! The Gig is gaining more legitimacy these days, I believe. It means a free-lance or a side job you hold down out of interest or necessity. It is also called a “Gig Economy,” or a “Shared Economy,” and sometimes people hold down more than one or two gigs.

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