Tag Archives: 1099-MISC

Explaining the 1099-MISC Form

The amount of payments you receive through a year either from a single person or a entity are reported on the 1099-MISC for the year your provided them with service The IRS requires that any company or person who makes payments to report them on a Form 1099-MISC to both the IRS and the payee. […]

Freelancers, contractors or other consultants, even if they work part-time on the side, can often have a more complex tax situation than the standard employee. You are an independent contractor in the eyes of the IRS if you receive a Form 1099-MISC. This form documents your earning from a specific client, as opposed to a […]

Tax season can be complicated: From the math, to the organization of documents, to the filing of the forms. The IRS has over 900 different tax forms available to taxpayers when filing their returns. Generally, the average taxpayer doesn’t have to worry about a majority of the forms. Ten of them are relatively common, and […]

The Form-1099 Explained

This tax season, you may receive a Form 1099 in the mail, specifically if you performed work outside your typical employer. You’ll need this document to file your tax return, so it’s important you store it in a safe place until you have everything you need to complete your return. What is a 1099? This […]

You make your living by performing in front of others, be it through song, dance, spoken word, or some other medium. If you work for a specific venue, you may receive a Form W-2, as they would be considered your employer. However, if you freelance or receive payments from someone you don’t work for regularly, […]

Forklift Drivers Find Deductions

Not everyone can drive and operate a forklift. It takes a special skill, training, and an extra cautious mindset to be a safe forklift driver. When it comes to taxes, forklift operators have to know how to drive their way through a rigorous tax code. However, with a little extra help, tax time for forklift […]

Journalism Related Tax Deductions

Journalists have an important job in reporting the current events and other newsworthy stories to the public. When it comes time for taxes, it’s important for those who work as a journalist or media professional to know what to expect. You will receive a Form W-2 from your employer which will document the amount you […]

Building Deductions to Lower Taxes

As a carpenter, you’ll spend your days constructing a variety of items for people which incorporate a great level of precision and skill. You’ll need to copy this ability when filing your tax return. With so many different deductions and credits, as well as tax codes, it takes a keen eye to make sure everything […]

Driver

If you drive a vehicle for work, whether a bus, truck, or taxi, you can expect to receive a Form W-2 Wage and Tax statement which documents your income and withholdings from your employer. If the option for ‘Statutory Employee” is checked in Box 13, you’ll need to file a Schedule C, Profit and Loss […]

As a maintenance worker, you may either be classified as an employee of a company or you may be considered self-employed. If you are an employee, your employer will provide you with a Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement. Self-employed maintenance workers can expect a Form 1099-MISC, Miscellaneous Income from those whom they’re contracted with. […]