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What does this escort do with her money?

There are some elite escorts who make $2,000 an hour and up. Many others are able to command $200 to $400 an hour for their services. Some of these girls are the classic «low volume providers». They don’t work much—they leisurely hustle; but they do work smart—they have both money and time. On the other hand, there are escorts who work five or six days a week and see four or five clients a day and charge a paltry sum. They have neither time nor money. Why? And, more importantly, how can a girl avoid this unhappy state of affairs? Continue reading

Escort business: Do I want to be an LLC?

I’ve been working with a small network of escorts, and we want to pool our resources to expand our business and bring it to the next level.

I want to work with a company of escorts, but don’t want the financial burden of being responsible should anything go wrong between us.

I want to make my business more legit, but don’t want to fill out too much paperwork.” Continue reading

Avoiding issues come tax time for the private escort

Working freelance is hard. You’re setting up your own schedule, doing your own advertising and networking, trying to figure out exactly how to “play” the part that will be the most lucrative, and your income comes from many sources. By the end of the year, recording all of your work for taxation can be a daunting task; an endless gray area for those not familiar with how the process works. Continue reading