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Afriend
Afriend Member Posts: 3 Newcomer
edited January 15 in General

Hello,

do you handle 10-99 tax filings? I have saved all my receipts for write offs.

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  • RustyL
    RustyL FreeTaxUSA Agent Posts: 22
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    Yes, based on that information you would file your income on a Schedule C, which you can do in the 'Business Income' section of the 'Income' tab.

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  • CarleneF
    CarleneF FreeTaxUSA Agent Posts: 27
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    Yes. It sounds like you are looking to enter your income Form 1099-NEC and enter your business expenses. If you are self-employed you will need to report your business income (with or without a 1099) and expenses on a Schedule C. Our software does support that, you'll find it under the business income section.

  • Afriend
    Afriend Member Posts: 3 Newcomer
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    Ok, yes I do get a paycheck from the company I’m associated with each week, but I make my own hours. I guess I am just unsure if that makes me self-employed or if I’m under that company? They did tell me that I am 10-99 though. So I should file 10-99 NEC and expenses on schedule C based on this information? Thank you!

  • Afriend
    Afriend Member Posts: 3 Newcomer
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    Ok, yes I do get a paycheck from the company I’m associated with each week, but I make my own hours. I guess I am just unsure if that makes me self-employed or if I’m under that company? They did tell me that I am 10-99 though. So I should file 10-99 NEC and expenses on schedule C based on this information? Thank you!

  • CarleneF
    CarleneF FreeTaxUSA Agent Posts: 27
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    Yes. Typically, if you receive a Form 1099-NEC, you are considered self-employed and you would need to file a Schedule C with your return. If they give you a W-2 instead then you would be an employee and would not be able to enter your expenses.