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Not sure what to do here. i went on disability last year. do i click the trash can & delete my self-employed business or leave it? i did earn just a couple grand......

i did a couple of small jobs as i could which only totaled a couple grand in income. do i just consider that cash/hobby & not claim it, or go ahead & enter it in as income & also include business deductions like i've done in years past? would that conflict with the SSA form info i've entered in the personal income section? 

if possible, i'd rather not completely delete my biz info in case i can return to work in the future.

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JulieR
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Not sure what to do here. i went on disability last year. do i click the trash can & delete my self-employed business or leave it? i did earn just a couple grand......

You should report your 2018 business income and deduction as you have in prior years.  This will not create a conflict with the SSA information you've entered into your return.   

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JulieR
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Not sure what to do here. i went on disability last year. do i click the trash can & delete my self-employed business or leave it? i did earn just a couple grand......

You should report your 2018 business income and deduction as you have in prior years.  This will not create a conflict with the SSA information you've entered into your return.   

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