I worked for a landscaping company seasonally. What do i punch in?
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I worked for a landscaping company seasonally. What do i punch in?

I worked for them , I did what they told me. They paid me for doing THEIR work.  It's 1099 so they don't have to deal with medical or anything really
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Level 15

I worked for a landscaping company seasonally. What do i punch in?

It may not be their choice. See this:
<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/independent-contractor-self-employed-o...>
Level 12
Level 12

I worked for a landscaping company seasonally. What do i punch in?

suggesting negotiating with them  , at least for the added costs to you. Complaining to the IRS, while leading to  proper classification and fine for the employer, may result in "no-rehire" for you with this employer. You may be "dead" right
Level 15

I worked for a landscaping company seasonally. What do i punch in?

Meanwhile, you still need to know how to file your tax return, right?  Assuming you got a 1099Misc instead of a W-2, if you qualify, there is a free version of TurboTax you can use to report "self-employment" income:

You cannot enter a 1099Misc when you are using the Free Edition.  If you qualify, there is another free software program available from TurboTax which will allow you to enter self-employment income reported on a 1099Misc.

Try the Freedom Edition: 

https://turbotax.intuit.com/taxfreedom 

You qualify if your income was $33,000 or less, or $64,000 or less if active duty military, or if you qualify for Earned Income Credit

https://ttlc.intuit.com/questions/2026912-how-do-i-switch-to-turbotax-freedom-edition

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