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santabarbara1234
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I have an independent work as a substitute teacher. Where should I put this income....ed

 
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AmyC
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I have an independent work as a substitute teacher. Where should I put this income....ed

If you worked as a contractor, it goes on as business income so you can pay the Medicare and Social Security taxes that were not paid. I know you did not operate a business, it is all about paying the right taxes. You were a contractor.

If you were an employee and they took those taxes, you would have a W2.

 

See Where do I enter Schedule C? for more information.

 

 

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santabarbara1234
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I have an independent work as a substitute teacher. Where should I put this income....ed

Hi can you check if the tax that I file went through. I just did the 1099misc....for the work that I did but somehow I did not know if it went through......eduardo superio

GiseleD
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I have an independent work as a substitute teacher. Where should I put this income....ed

Unfortunately, we do not have access to your return or account here, as this is a public forum. To check your work and ensure that your entries are present, the best way is to view your forms. Here's how to look at your current-year return forms:

  • In the left-hand menu bar, click on Tax Tools, then click Tools.
  • Under Other helpful links, click View Tax Summary.
  • Your Tax Summary will be displayed. In the left-hand menu bar, you will see a new option: Preview My 1040. Click it, and this will allow you to see the forms. It is important to check your 1040 before you check your state return, as much of your entries on the 1040 will impact the state return.
  • If you want to view your state entries, Click on Tax Home in the left-hand menu bar. In the center of your screen, scroll down until you see State Taxes. Click on it to review your state entries.

 

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