So, when I started my one-man business about a year ago, I gave the tax agency a rough estimate of how much money I would make in the upcoming year (because this is how it works in Finland). Six months on, I seemed to be doing exactly that. Six months after that, it looks like I'm about 15 % over, which means a knee-high pile of extra taxes on top of the taxes I would be paying for the rest of the year. Oh, and it seems I made too much money last year, when I still had just a regular shitty student job and a short internship before starting this business of mine. Which means more taxes.
Of course, there are upsides to this. First of all, I am wiser for the experience and should know how to avoid this from now on - all I need to do is give a much higher estimate for the tax agency. Which brings me to the second point, which is that I'm actually doing reasonably well as far as income goes, once I get this little storm subsides.
Sorry, have to go to work. Those taxes aren't going to pay themselves.