1. Money

The Legal Side

Protect yourself and your work as a graphic designer with knowledge of copyright and contracts.
  1. Contracts (4)
  2. Copyright (3)
  3. Legal Glossary (4)

What dates are quarterly estimated taxes due in 2012?
Graphic designers working as freelancers or running a business pay quarterly estimated taxes to avoid penalties and large payments at the end of the year. The following are the quarterly estimated tax due dates for 2012.

What dates are quarterly estimated taxes due in 2011?
Graphic designers working as freelancers or running a business pay quarterly estimated taxes to avoid penalties and large payments at the end of the year. The following are the quarterly estimated tax due dates for 2011.

What Are Estimated Quarterly Taxes?
Graphic designers working independently as freelancers or running their own design business should pay estimated quarterly taxes to avoid penalties and large payments at the end of each year. These estimated taxes are based on your income from the previous year or estimated income from the current year.

What dates are quarterly estimated taxes due?
Graphic designers working as freelancers or running a business pay quarterly estimated taxes to avoid penalties and large payments at the end of the year. The following are the quarterly estimated tax due dates for 2010.

Tips for Handling the Legal Side of Graphic Design
Graphic designers certainly aren't short on creativity... it's at the heart of the profession. There are other sides of the business that are often not the focus, or the favorite, topics for graphic designers, and the legal side is one of them. Regardless, it remains an important aspect of what graphic designers do. Contracts need to be written, copyrights secured, and disputes settled.

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