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I've entered several 1099-NEC forms onto my return under 1099 MISC and other income but it doesn't show up for 2022. Has anyone else encountered this?

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Sean Enrolled Agent
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I've entered several 1099-NEC forms onto my return under 1099 MISC and other income but it doesn't show up for 2022. Has anyone else encountered this?

There are specific places where you have to enter in the 1099-NEC form and 1099-MISC forms. Each place in TurboTax will tie those types of incomes to specific places on your tax return.

The 1099-NEC form means that you earned this income from being self-employed.
You would want to enter that income information under the "Wages & Income" section of TurboTax.
There is a spot for entering in your income for self-employment.

Depending on why you received the 1099 MISC income form, there are different places where you can enter that information.
Most of the time, the 1099-MISC form is listed under the heading of "Other Common Income".
In fact, you will also see a section for 1099-NEC income under "Other Common Income" as well.

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What's a 1099-NEC?

This year many self-employed taxpayers will get IRS Form 1099-NEC for the first time.

The IRS rolled out this new form for nonemployee compensation. This info was formerly reported in box 7 of the 1099-MISC and applies to work you did as a consultant, independent contractor, or freelancer.

You should have received a 1099-NEC if you were paid at least $600 for work or services you performed as a nonemployee.

If you're a returning TurboTax customer, we'll check if last year's 1099-MISC had an amount in box 7. If it did, we'll automatically change your form to a 1099-NEC for this years taxes.

Who should still get a 1099-MISC?

You can still get a 1099-MISC for other income types, including self-employment income and services related to any rental properties you own. You may also get a 1099-MISC for miscellaneous payments like prize money, awards, and lawsuit settlements.

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