(Late last year, an appeals court ruled that Dart’s actions violated First Amendment rights.) Of course, all of this cash tends to raise questions about taxes.
It’s a frequent topic across sex worker advice sites, and the message is almost always: do them.
Some online payment processors have even seized sex workers’ accounts and put a hold on their funds.When she started posting her own tax advice, people asked her to file their returns, and her specialty was born.Now she runs her business alongside her mother, a.k.a.But even with all this guidance it can still be terrifying terrain, especially for those engaging in an illegal trade, and sex worker-friendly CPAs can be hard to come by.One sex worker who asked to remain anonymous told me that after she was upfront with an accountant about the nature of her work, he wouldn’t stop texting her after-hours. Kitts, the so-called Tax Domme, who has written the book, ”The Tax Domme’s Guide for Sex Workers and All Other Business People.” She was working as a tax preparer and phone sex operator when she noticed financial misinformation being passed around on sex industry message boards.