Questions tagged [form-1099]

For questions relating to the IRS tax form-1099. This does not include questions relating specifically to tax forms 1099-MISC or 1099-DIV, which have their own tags. This form is used to report the various types of income you may receive throughout the year other than the salary from an employer.

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Graduate student stipend 1099-misc taxes seem to be coming out too high. Am I doing something wrong?

I am a graduate student and I receive a stipend that pays my living expenses, through a national fellowship that I was awarded. The fellowship never withholds taxes of any kind, and so I have been ...
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Do I include small amounts of interest on my taxes if they didn't send a 1099-INT?

One of my bank accounts earned $1.50 for the entire year. Because the amount is under $10 they did not send a 1099-INT form. Is this bank policy or IRS policy? Does that $1.50 need to be reported? ...
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1099 for settlement what about lawyer fees?

I am getting a settlement from a business over a suit but most of the settlement will go to the attorney to cover their fees incurred on contingency. If the 1099 reports the full settlement, will I ...
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Is reimbursement of a brokerage transfer fee taxable income?

I switched the brokerage for a taxable investment account last year. The new brokerage reimbursed the transfer out fee of $50 from my old brokerage. I don't have my 1099s yet but I noticed in the ...
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If I earned less than $10 in interest from my bank account, do I need to report it on my taxes? [duplicate]

I'm preparing my taxes with Turbotax, and its asking me for all the bank accounts I earned interest from. One of these accounts has earned less than $10 total for the year. Because of that this bank ...
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How much should I be taxed for a 1099 side job?

If you're in the 25% tax bracket and work as a W2 employee, but do a side job and receive a 1099-MISC, what is the expected federal tax to be paid on that amount? I use TurboTax, and entered in all ...
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Is self-employed work performed out of state for a California organization “California source income?”

I recently received a request from the California Franchise Tax Board saying that they believe I need to file a tax return. I am a sole proprietor programmer, with a client in California who paid me ...
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Can I deduct my individual Health Insurance Premium in Tax

I have a my own LLC and working as self employee for this company. I am working on 1099 for this company. Since there is only 2 employee (including my spouse), I can't take health insurance from my ...
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Do I need to file a 1099 form for contractors associated with hobby income?

Background: My wife and I are involved in community theater and have begun producing shows. We are treating the endeavor as hobby income for the purposes of tax reporting because our intent really ...
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IRA - Back Door Conversion, Tax Filling - 1040, 8606 and 1099R

I contributed to Roth IRA Account in Jan-2016 for FY 2016 and again I contributed to Roth IRA account in Jan-2017 for FY-2017. When I was ready to file my tax return for 2016 in Feb-2017 I came to ...
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Dealing with Form 1099

I'm running a small U.S. business. Some users make profit by referring customers to purchase services from me. I've been told that I have to send form 1099 to both users whom making such profit from ...
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Filing Taxes for Two Separate Jobs Being Worked at the Same Time?

I have a standard office job and I am looking to Uber at the same time. I just recently started the office job and plan to start working as a driver in the next few days. I am curious how am I ...
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Can you shelter 1099-MISC earnings in your IRA?

Say some of your income is by W-2 (taxes withheld), and part is by 1099-MISC (no taxes withheld). If you put all of the 1099 money into an IRA, then you don't have to pay taxes on it at all, correct?...