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01-28-2017 02:00 PM - edited 01-28-2017 02:02 PM
I starting selling products for a company and they send out a 1099 Schedule C. I am trying to fill out my taxes but in order to file my 1099 I have to pay for the business program. My year to date comission is only $75, do I have to file it? I haven't even recieved my 1099 yet but I know they are sending them out this week.
01-28-2017 02:07 PM
Have you tried to enter the $75 you earned as a comission on line 21 (other income) and have it be not subject to SE tax?
Since you made less than the threshhold for Self-Employment Tax (SE Tax) you would not be liable for that tax. And,
entering it on line 21 would fulfill the requirement to report the income you made.
01-28-2017 10:29 PM
02-09-2018 09:19 AM
Do we not need to file a Schedule C then if we didn't make the $600 threshold for SE? I am not getting a 1099 from my home based business because I did not make at least $600 in commissions.
My value of inventory at the end of the year was $302.50 (Retail). My cost of personal purchases was $164.88 (wholesale). Cost of inventory/goods purchased was $1525.56 (Wholesale). Total sales for 2017 was $2016.69.
02-09-2018 05:33 PM
The $600 is for the payer, if under $600 they do not need to send out a 1099. The threshold for SE is $400 or more of net income. You have total sales of $2016.69, you will need to file Schedule C.