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Video: When to Issue a 1099-MISC Tax Form
Do you operate a trade or business? If the answer is yes, you may want to learn about your potential 1099-MISC filing requirements. Watch this video to find out more about the requirements for issuing a 1099-MISC. Read more…

How to Use Your Lyft 1099: Tax Help for Lyft Drivers
Whether you drive for Lyft full-time or part-time, you’re now enjoying the pay, perks, and prerogatives of being self-employed—from setting your own hours to building customer relations. With the onset of tax season, you face a new business challenge: filing your taxes in a way that minimizes your tax liability. Follow these tips on how to use your Lyft 1099 to complete your tax return and maximize your tax deductions. Read more…

Standard Mileage vs. Actual Expenses: Getting the Biggest Tax Deduction
The IRS offers two ways of calculating the cost of using your vehicle in your business: 1. The Actual Expenses method or 2. Standard Mileage method. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages, and they often produce vastly different results. Each year, you’ll want to calculate your expenses both ways and then choose the method that yields the larger deduction and greater tax benefit to you. Read more…

What Online Business Owners Should Know about IRS Form 1099-K
If you are an online retailer and accept credit card payments over the Internet, you may also have to deal with reporting any 1099-K forms that you receive from credit card or third party processors. Accounting for these forms accurately is important to ensure that you do not pay too much or too little tax. Read more…

Driving for Lyft? Use This Tax Preparation Checklist
So, you decided to become your own boss (at least part-time) and start driving for a ride-sharing company like Lyft. Use the Lyft tax preparation checklist below to organize your income and deductions to make filing your taxes a breeze. Remember, not all items listed will apply to you, but it will give you a good idea on what you need to report as income and what you can claim as a deduction. Read more…

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