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What Tax Forms Do I Use to File My Business Return?

What Tax Forms Do I Use to File My Business Return? - TaxAct Blog

Starting a new business and keeping it going through its first year is a great accomplishment. Congratulations! When you file a federal income tax return for your business, the paperwork and forms you will use depend on how your business is organized. Here’s how you’ll file your business return, based on your business type:

Filing Income as a Contractor (Didn’t Get Form 1099-MISC)

Filing Income as a Contractor (Didn't Get 1099-MISC) - TaxACT Blog

In the “You Got This” Weekly Series, we will answer a question from our customers found on Facebook, Twitter, TaxACT’s Blog and around the web. Question: In 2013, I worked for a startup and was paid as a contractor. In 2014, I worked for the same company. They ended up bankrupt and never paid me the final 1.5 months […]

How a Summer Job Affects Your Taxes

How a Summer Job Affects Your Taxes - TaxACT

You had, or still have, a summer job – or you’ve created one for yourself. You’re going to make some spending money, hopefully save for college or other goals, and have some good experiences at the same time. Yay! Before you go out and celebrate with all the money you made from your summer job, […]

You Got This Weekly Series: Should Self-Employment Income from More Than One Business Be Reported as One Income or Separately?

You Got This - TaxACT

Each week we will answer one of the most frequently asked questions on Facebook, Twitter and TaxACT’s Blog in the “You Got This” Weekly Series. Question: Do self-employed, not as in owning their own business, but as representatives of companies like Avon and Mary Kay, need to report their income separately on their tax return or can the multiple incomes be […]

Schedule C: Reporting Self-Employment Income from Multiple Sources

Schedule C: Reporting Self-Employment Income from Multiple Sources - TaxACT

How to decide if you have one or more Schedule C businesses? Self-employed individuals often have more than one activity going at once. You can report closely related activities together on one Schedule C. If you have unrelated activities, however, you must report them on separate Schedule Cs. Similar activities would include different lines of […]

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