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nicolelangley07
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I made $4800 mics income last year I'm filing jointly with my husband. I was wondering if i needed to claim that on my taxes?

 
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SweetieJean
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I made $4800 mics income last year I'm filing jointly with my husband. I was wondering if i needed to claim that on my taxes?

Of course you do, as self-employment income.

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SweetieJean
Level 15

I made $4800 mics income last year I'm filing jointly with my husband. I was wondering if i needed to claim that on my taxes?

Of course you do, as self-employment income.

xmasbaby0
Level 15

I made $4800 mics income last year I'm filing jointly with my husband. I was wondering if i needed to claim that on my taxes?

Yes, ALL of your joint income has to be entered on your joint return.  You will owe self-employment tax of 15.3% for Social Security and Medicare as well as ordinary income tax.  That 1099Misc gets sent to the IRS with your Social Security number on it--you have to report the income on your own tax return.

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